JOHANNESBURG – Dr. Thandi Ndlovu, the women in construction tycoon, died after a terrible car crash on Saturday morning. It is alleged that Ndlovu died in hospital following a head-on collision on a trip to a funeral in Rustenburg, North West.
While details of what occurred at the moment of writing were still sketchy, it is confirmed that no one survived the car crash.
In 1999, Ndlovu started Motheo Construction. The firm went on to obtain from the Construction Industry Development Board a grade 9 certificate level.
She was a former chairman of the Built Environment’s Black Business Council. No official comments or remarks received from her family at the moment.
The Business fraternity association and the Black Business Council, however confirmed the news and have both submitted official statements to confirm the death of Dr. Ndlovu.
BBC mourns the death of Dr Thandi Ndlovu @City_Press @SABCNewsOnline @eNCA @FinancialMail @Powerfm987 @cnbcafrica @SAfmRadio @BBCBE_SA @pacinamix_za @KgankiMatabane @BonoloRamokhele @LuvuyoManyi pic.twitter.com/McSQfhKbSG
— BlackBusinessCouncil (@BlackBCouncil) August 24, 2019
The South African business fraternity is mourning the death of business tycoon Dr Thandi Ndlovu.
The founder and CEO of Motheo Construction Group.
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE 💔 pic.twitter.com/YkF2lHQZmN
— Entrepreneur Zone (@SayEntrepreneur) August 24, 2019
Extremely saddened by the passing of such a young inspirational soul. Dr Thandi Ndlovu will forever be remembered as one of our countries most powerful business women.
The good happen to depart too soon 😭
— Barry Scharneck (@barry_scharneck) August 25, 2019
A strong and legendary force in the construction industry is no more. You will remain an example of what can be achieved by women everywhere. Rest in peace, Dr Thabdi Ndlovu of Motheo Construction Group. #thandiNdlovu pic.twitter.com/OvKgiwRV4D
— MillionsWorthPR (@MillionsWorthPR) August 25, 2019
On 7 Dec 2018, I was a special guest of #ThandiNdlovu at Mtheo Construction end of year function & these pictures depict her infectious smile & love for her children & other women. Rest in Peace, my dearest sister, comrade and construction industry colleague 💔💔 💔💔 💔🇿🇦 pic.twitter.com/xhNj6m5ybI
— Webster Mfebe (@WebsterMfebe) August 24, 2019