Mr. Bongani Dlamini is a former Ekurhuleni employee for Roads Division, where he was in charge of all the projects concerning routine maintenance and construction. Mr. Dlamini has more than 20 years’ experience in the road construction chain, plant hire and use, entrepreneurial endeavors and other related services. Mr. Dlamini worked in the Municipality where he served as one of the heads of operation and projects facilitation and an expert where he transformed the division completely. He is currently employed by his business Bongani Tom Transport which is a company run by himself and his partner and so. Mr. Dlamini has also been involved in many of his community social and empowerment projects where he focused on the development of kids, woman and youth. He is a very strong and passionate businessman, he vests most of his time to grow his business as he believed it changes lives of many families.
Mr. Sphesihle Dlamini is a 29 year old male nephew of Bongani Dlamini who is the company director. In 2006 Mr. S Dlamini was involve in a tragic car accident which left him paralyzed with a spinal T3/T4 level and is currently wheelchair bound. Since then, Mr. Bongani has been grooming and teaching him the business of Bongani Tom Transport. Mr. S Dlamini is an ambitious individual and has good leadership skills together with excellent business mind. Currently he is overseeing the sub-contracting he is doing for Roadmac Surfacing and KYK JV for road patching works where his showing outstanding leadership skills.
As an established empowerment company, management consist of two black men one of whom is confined to a wheelchair management is limited to keys strategic positions which include woman and youth.
Bongani. Tom Transport recognizes the significance of black economics empowerment as government’s deliberate developmental process to readdress SA’s socio-economic inequities. Accordingly, the company will at times work towards promoting the intended goals of the broad-based Empowerment Act-i.e. throughout its business operations by recruiting the work force from the previously disadvantaged.