About Us

 

Flagship

Flagship Projects establish

gardens in the communities that

enable members to consume and

sell organically grown produce.

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Network Initiative

Mhani Gingi's network members

learn business and marketing skills to

become social entrepreneurs, selling

crafts and goods at local markets.

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Social Responsibility

Mhani Gingi provides support to Early

Learning Centres in several

communities across Cape Town,

allowing parents to work while their

children develop communication,

literacy, and social skills. Read More...

 

Mhani Gingi – when translated into English – stands for a caring, industrious woman who is always looking for lasting solutions to social problems. Mhani Gingi is a non-profit organization that strives to provide innovative business solutions which are sustainable and profitable, and contribute towards alleviating poverty in South Africa.

Last Thursday Gig May 15 2017The Mhani Gingi Social Entrepreneurial Network was established in 2006 by founding director Lillian Masebenza. There are three main branches of this organisation: Network Initiatives, Social Responsibility, and The Flagship. Mhani Gingi has more than 250 children enrolled in early learning centres, 25 women working in community gardens, and over 500 network members who have successfully started their own businesses. Mhani Gingi does this by providing business training, skills development, and mentorship.

Mhani Gingi uses the Power of the Collective to maximize networking, and tailor-made integrated skills development training according to the collective strengths and skills of the members. The main focus is currently on the province of the Western Cape, specialising in the townships surrounding Cape Town.

Recent Posts

Defeating Violence for Peace

The Bonteheuwel Walking Ladies health and wellness club – partners with Mhani Gingi and the 1.6 Million Club South Africa in the 2016 Health Events held in Cape Town during Women’s Month – presented an Awareness Event on the theme of “Defeating Violence for Peace” during the worldwide 16 Days of Activism against the abuse of women and children in November-December.

 

  1. Cape Town musicians perform ‘Last Thursday’ gigs to benefit Mhani Gingi Comments Off on Cape Town musicians perform ‘Last Thursday’ gigs to benefit Mhani Gingi
  2. Mhani Gingi and Beating Heart SA deliver winter warmth and support for Mandela Day 2016 Comments Off on Mhani Gingi and Beating Heart SA deliver winter warmth and support for Mandela Day 2016
  3. Mhani Gingi receives recognition for gender equality Comments Off on Mhani Gingi receives recognition for gender equality
  4. Nocawe Mdoda – Mandela Day Comments Off on Nocawe Mdoda – Mandela Day