Kensani is keenly committed to public partnerships to build and maintain large scale infrastructure assets in the interests of economic upliftment and job creation, the benefit to the community and public service such as the Kensani joint venture Kutama-Sinthumule Correctional Prison Centre, a significant and central employer, skills developer and donor in the Makhado (Louis Trichardt) area.

Kutama-Sinthumule is committed to the community and is responsible for the upgrading, development and supplies for, early childhood development centres, elementary and secondary schools, disabled children’s homes, school for the blind, hospices, children’s homes, cancer care, the municipality and the SAPS trauma unit houses and facilities.

Our staff regularly visit the aged, the disabled, the blind and others in the community with food parcels, fresh vegetables grown on our prison grounds, mattresses, school uniforms, toys, computers, copiers, linen, wheel chairs, walking canes, fridges, sanitary goods and toiletries,

building upgrades and hundreds of projects which directly assist all in the community every year.

Kutama-Sinthumule is proud of its achievements and assistance to the community and the community regularly visits the prison and has a close relationship with the facility including participating in open day and children’s fun and games when kids are visiting their fathers in the prison.

A proud example of a Public Private Partnership in collaboration with the government, the community, the municipality, farmers and suppliers, all jointly benefiting from the economic outreach so vast that it is impossible to measure.

Kensani has, since inception, been committed to black empowerment as an economic imperative in the South African economy. Kensani is a majority black owned a level one empowerment company.