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Dintle Nkosi is the Founder and Director of Thuto Thusa. She is a wife, mother, and social entrepreneur. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Internal Audit from the University of Pretoria and a Postgraduate Diploma majoring in Finance, Governance and Risk Management from the University of South Africa. Her love for academics and constant pursuit for learning and upskilling naturally led her to enrol for her Masters in Strategic Management which she is currently pursuing at the University of Derby in the United Kingdom.


Over the past 7 years, she has worked for multinational and fortune 500 companies in Johannesburg and London as a Market Internal Auditor and Commercial Finance Analyst. Her experience in corporate has equipped her with many skills and given her exposure to key business practices.


Dintle has always had a passion for mentoring young people and education. In 2012 she founded Dipeu which was a non-profit aimed at empowering young girls in disadvantaged areas to study further and achieve their goals through mentoring and workshops.


She is currently working hard to establish Thuto Thusa and develop apps and career guidance material for young people to help them shape their future.

“I genuinely believe that access to information and career guidance may be a key tool in creating the shift in our country regarding unemployment and poverty, it will help create a more skilled and educated nation which will help reduce inequality.” – Dintle Nkosi

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Back in 2012 , fresh out of university Dintle decided to start an NGO to empower young girls through mentoring and hosting various workshops. Together with some friends they rolled up their sleeves and adopted their first school in Ga-Rankuwa , Dintle’s hometown, a township in the north of Pretoria in South Africa.


Since then, Dintle has continued helping others. Over the years she has seen many of her cousins and friends, both in private and public schools,  struggling to decide what to study, where to study and how to get funding.

She has also realised that most young people from disadvantaged backgrounds don't have ACCESS to INFORMATION.

Her observations and frustrations drove her to work on developing tools that will assist students to map out their future by providing them with as much information and guidance as possible in an engaging and easily accessible format.

At Thuto Thusa we want to help young people identify their strengths, skills and talents and give them information that we all wish we had when we were in secondary school, college and university that will help them succeed.

At Thuto Thusa we aim to:

- Ensure that students have equal opportunities by improving the level of information students have on life after secondary school;

- Align students to careers that are in line with their skills and that address the skills shortage in  their country; and

- Provide virtual mentoring and career guidance for secondary students with a focus on underprivileged communities and schools.


We are looking forward to transforming more lives and helping to create a skilled and educated nation.


Get in touch with Thuto Thusa to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

Registered Non-Profit Company (South Africa)

Registered Community Interest Company (The United Kingdom)

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