Taking a Chance to Win may be the title of Wellington Manjengwa’s book, but the Black Mamba’s Anti Poaching Unit took a chance on an all female Reserve Unit and are winning the war on poaching. In fact, it’s down 68% since 2014.
Today on FrankieSense & More, host Frankie Picasso meets up with these two Winners Collet Ngobeni and Wellington Manjengwa.
Collet Ngobeni , is a 32 year old wife and mother of two , an aunt who is also raising her two nieces but she is anything but ordinary. .
Collet is also a member of the famed The Black Mambas‘, a bad ass all female Anti Poaching Unit that protects the Olifants West Region of Balule Nature Reserve. Within the first year of operation the Black Mambas were invited to expand into other regions and now protect all boundaries of Balule Nature Reserve. This reserve is situated on the western boundary of the Kruger Park, ( where you will find the BIG 5) in the Limpopo province of South Africa, southwest of Phalaborwa, and north of Hoedspruit. Collet lives in Hluvukani near Accornhoek, near The Manyeleti Game Reserve, i
She joined the Black Mambas because of her passion for nature and her desire to protect wild animals. “When I saw dead rhinos on the news I told myself that enough is enough. I am going to fight for the innocent lives which are taken by cruel and greedy individuals because rhinos deserve to live just like any other animal”. Collet enjoys patrolling the perimeter fence the most, because she wants people to see that APU is there, watching and protecting the reserve. Collet says “I hope that the poachers can stop killing rhinos and understand the nature and values around them. I hope they can realise the need of all wild animals”. Please check out this fantastic organization. They need our help to continue their work. Donate and give generously.
Wellington Manjengwa comes from what he calls, “the Dusty Streets of Harare,Zimbabwe, land of Millionaires and Billionaires who can ‘t afford a loaf of bread because of 1 million percent inflation.
Wellington was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth so his success and achievements are extraordinary. Wellington is the Head of Internal Audit for Nouvobanq in Seychelles as well as being an associate lecturer for Risk Management at the University of Seychelles.
Today he lives in the Seychelles, an island nation, located in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar and about 1,600 km (994 mi) east of Kenya, an island paradise.
He received his Certified Chartered Accountant from the UK, he holds a MSc in Financial Services Management from University of Salford in Manchester , and in 2015, became a John Maxwell Leadership Coach.
Wellington took his expertise in Risk Management and authored his book, Take a Chance and Win-Guide to Risk Managment for Personal Decision Making. In his book, Wellington discusses
- Strategies to avoid making poor decisions
•How risk management and decision making go hand in hand
•Why risk management is the biggest ingredient for success
•Practical strategies to clear obstacles to success
Visit his blog at http://home/frankie9/public_html.wellofinspiration.co/
Frankie and Wellington discussed how to make the most important decision in one’s life- The Life Partner. He also gave us good advice on how to use our own money to make money.