- Khuls Mtsetfwa mentors women at the She Cares Women Foundation
- She also makes electrical components for military vehicles
- Her mission is to inspire more women to achieve success
44-year-old Khulile "Khuls" Mtsetfwa's mission is to inspire and mentor as many women as she can to succeed in their careers.
Daily Sun reports that she does this through the She Cares Women Foundation, which is based in Mbombela, Mpumalanga.
In addition, she makes electrical components for military vehicles through Swatek Electrical, of which she is the chief executive officer.
Briefly.co.za learned that she has trained over 25 women in the field of electrical manufacturing. In an interview, Khulile said women can succeed in male-dominated industries.
She added that Swatek gets original drawings from clients and makes the components from scratch. The company attracts clients from both South Africa and abroad.
Khulile launched her inspirational book, From Wheelchair to High Heels, in July in Kempton Park. In it, she tells the story of how she overcame a car accident a few years ago.
She urged women to put their minds into whatever they do in order to succeed:
Nothing is impossible for a woman, as long as she sets a clear goal that is measurable and achievable.
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