Our Clients

Who We've Worked With

Inkanyiso’s clients are typically Public Sector bodies such as municipalities and provincial and national government departments who need to manage the risks embodied in balancing infrastructural delivery programmes with empowerment targets.   Inkanyiso is also able to service private sector clients such as corporates undertaking infrastructural delivery, and financiers with exposure to capital projects.  From innovative project design to affirmable and development oriented implementation of more traditionally-structured projects, Inkanyiso is the answer to project principals attempting to balance the needs of empowerment with those of delivery.

In addition to more traditional consulting roles, Inkanyiso specialises in mitigating Performance Risk through structured support interventions which address existing weaknesses in the enterprise or institution. This works to temporarily supplement insufficient resources in the interests of delivery, while at the same time, developing the internal capacity of the enterprise or public body in those areas, for its future operations.


  • KZN Provincial Department of Transport – over 500 Construction Enterprises supported on projects totalling R 1 Billion;
  • National Department of Public Works – over 200 Vuku’phile Contractor and Supervisor Learnerships on the EPWP and support on the Construction Incubator Programme (CIP), on projects totalling R 200 million;
  • National Department of Public Works – Technical Support to over 100 Municipalities countrywide on the Infrastructure sector of the EPWP, and over 100,000 Work Opportunities created on R 3 Billion MIG (Municipal Infrastructure Grant) expenditure;
  • The Independent Development Trust – various contractors supported and financed;
  • Standard Bank – appointed to engage and support selected emerging enterprises in the manufacturing, food processing, engineering and construction as well as retail sectors;
  • ABSA Bank – to co-manage the financing of 75 Emerging Contractors undertaking work for the Mangaung and Ethekwini municipalities and the Free State Dept of Roads and Public Works;
  • The KZN Provincial Dept of Public Works – on the Masakhe Contractor Development Programme;
  • The Ilembe Joint Venture – supporting 12 Emerging Enterprises undertaking R 100 million of projects on the new King Shaka International Airport);
  • The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) – employing and training over 200 local residents on R 50 million community access roads in the Eastern Cape.
  • Crowie Projects – supporting and training 22 local enterprises on the new Bridge City Mall in Inanda, Durban, as well as undertaking the Project Empowerment Management portfolio.