Nthabiseng Mahlangu is Pastor ordained by the United Apostolic Faith Church South Africa, an author, CEO of Umlondolzi a Director of ProSelVer Group a company she co-founded with her husband Sipho Mahlangu. Umlondolzi a 100 percent black women owned, managed and controlled South African company, founded on the basis of providing excellent, efficient and effective business services to its clients.
Umlondolzi is a part of ProSelVer which was established in 2004 as a Black Economic Empowerment Company. Umlondolzi is located in the heart of Soweto and provides a diverse range of construction services in general building, civil and electrical engineering. Umlondolzi specializes in the construction of domestic, industrial and commercial occupancies such as schools, houses, stores and substations. They also cover a range of civil engineering works including steel, concrete, earth and rock and their application in the development, extension, installation, maintenance, removal, renovation, alteration, or dismantling of building and engineering infrastructures. Finally, they offer a range of services in electrical infrastructure covering high, medium and low voltage projects.
She holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Power) from Tshwane University of Technology formerly known as Pretoria Technikon, a Post Graduate Certificate in Project Management from UNISA, a Post Graduate Diploma in Management and Leadership, a Diploma in Theology from Bethel Bible College, and studied for a Master’s Degree in Commerce specialising in Leadership and Management from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. She is a member of the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), and a registered professional Project Manager with The South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP). She has over 22 years experience in Civil and Electrical Construction Projects. She also has experience in managing Renewable Energy Projects.
She was the first female and black electrical engineering technician at Metrorail now PRASA, Braamfontein Rolling Stock, responsible for maintenance of the trains. She is a chairperson of Women at UAFC Hope To You a speaker and a mentor. She was one of the 42 women selected from the 195 countries in the world to be part of Vital Voices Grow Fellowship, a leading global accelerator program for women owners of small and medium sized businesses founded by Hillary Clinton. She graduated as a Vital Voices Alumni.