Magareng Civil Mining and Projects was founded and registered in 2018 by Mr Leonika Isaac Thekwe and Mr William Melanzi. Magareng Civils and Projects is 100% black-owned and managed, and tHe BBBEE

who we are

Mr Thekwe has six years experience dealing with the construction and installation of engineering valves and steam pressure pumps. This engineering experience, compounded with Mr Melanzi’s fifteen years mining experience and administrative skills, the two are able to create a business that functions as a dynamic services and products provider, all the while generating new job opportunities in a job-scarce environment. We pride ourselves in producing quality work and uplifting communities along the way. 


We want to grow into a nation-wide market leader, ensuring that all activities are directed to meet and exceed customer expectations.
Our vision is to meet, and where appropriate, exceed applicable legislation.

mission & objectives

Improve the livelihoods of the locals through social developments and community cohesion, while strivĀ­ing for growth and empowering the youth build a value-based culture, which is founded on safe work, continuous improvement, as well as common standards and procedures. Provide and maintain a safe and secure working environment for employees with adequate facilities and arrangements for their occupational health and welfare Provide employees with the information, instruction, training and supervision that they ned to work safely and to develop people as a key resource. respect the health and safety values, policies and rules and standards set out by our diets and commit ourselves to comply and ahere to that. Play a major role towards job create and poverty eradication as well as economic and skills development and equality.

Employment policy

The corporation uses B-BBEEE employment policy with preference given to properly qualified, skilled, experienced, and trained previously disadvantaged individuals.

Operational values and Principles

  • Quality and Professionalisim
  • Black empowerment and sustainable development
  • Integrity and stewardship