BOAF Inducts Veronica Madasato Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

Apr - 17
2019

BOAF Inducts Veronica Madasato Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF), it is my pleasure and honour to welcome Veronica Madasa to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light (POL) club, as number (BOAF431) towards our target of 10,000 names in the BOAF, for her role in contributing towards physical and emotional development of children and happy families through playing and having fun,” said Carike van Wyngaard, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.

Zonkindawo Dealers (PTY) LTD, is a black woman who owned Level 1 BBBE Company. Veronica Madasa, the founder, is an ardent entrepreneur proven by the many businesses she has run. 

They design, manufacture and supply safe Indoor educational soft-play toys, outdoor playground facilities, illustrative portable school libraries and automated audio storytelling puppets for schools and public spaces;

Setting up and operating “Kids Fun Zones” in Shopping Malls, Businesses and Public Spaces;

Building “Family Fun Zones” across the Country, Southern Africa and in the Continent.


Ms Veronica Madasa, is the founder and sole owner of Zonkindawo. She is married with three minor children. She holds a Diploma in Sales and Marketing. She has held managerial positions in the corporate sector. She has worked in management for Meropa Communications and Damelin Business College. She stopped working as an employee to start her own businesses. She has operated an Interior Décor business and a Courier Company. She is generally very passionate about the hospitality industry, and particularly making children and families play and have fun.

“Play has been shown by research to be essential for early childhood development and general well-being of children. Play provides a medium that creates opportunities for children to interact, socialise, associate, reason and communicates with children from diverse social backgrounds,” said Mrs Carike van Wyngaard, a member of the a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM www.the1873fm.com and The 1873 Network, www.the1873network.

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