Msindazwe recycles waste plastic and glass to bring affordable energy to Africa
Description of his business
TEF Alumi, Msindazwe Ndhlovu started, The Noble Savage (pty) Ltd. A company which recycles waste plastic to manufacture building materials which are lighter stronger durable and affordable we make roofing tiles ridges and paving blocks.
How long have you been running your business
12 months or less.
What led him to be an entrepreneur
Due to the challenges that Msindazwe Ndhlovu had faced, he continues to see opportunities. He believes that Africans face a lot of challenges and that means we have plenty of opportunities and he sort to transform Africa one piece of plastic at a time to solve housing shortage and help the most vulnerable members of society.
Before the intervention: He had five workers. After the intervention: He now has eight workers. Revenue:
Before the intervention: He was making 10,000 dollars per annum
After the intervention: He now generates 20,000 dollars per annum
Milestone achieved after the intervention
Have won 2 awards came out second in Zimbabwe for the most innovative green business and is currently under due diligence with a Venture capital firm called ‘Earth capital’ to raise $1 million.
He was recently selected for the Vinci energies with total to come pitch and exhibit in France.