Client testimonials

  • Daar is baie dank en waardering
    vanaf die hoof en die skool uitgespreek, en daar was nêrens ‘n haakplek vaarvan ek weet nie. Dit is lekker om so ver te reis, op gevaarlike paaie te ry (baie daarvan in die donker), en te
    weet ons is in goeie hande!
    - Kobus Hartman

    Thank you so much for the great organisation  of the bus for our trip to the Johannesburg Civic Theatre on Saturday. Patrick was a wonderful driver and made the whole trip very enjoyable for everyone.
    - June de Villiers

    I would like to place on record my sincere appreciation to Victor and his team for the outstanding service offered to our guests on the 18th. when they were stranded outside  the Kruger due to the cyclone. - Ethne Cameron, GoingAfrica.

    Herewith would just like to thank you - everything went well on the Maputo tour - appreciate all your efforts - & then especially like to compliment Victor, the driver, the school was very happy with him - and from Our side - he was always smiling, friendly, on time...stunning service.

    It is truly a pleasure workig with you, thank you & hope to check in soon again...


    Antoinette Joubert
    CPJ Services

A few of our historical projects are below:

Joseph Matsebula School

Buscor Development donated R6 million towards the building of a new school in the Driekoppies/Malelane area. This school accommodates 1 200 learners and has outstanding facilities.

The project was completed on the 29th November 2002 and the previous President of South Africa, Mr Nelson Mandela officially opened the school which was then handed over to the Mpumalanga Educational Department.


Ilanga Thatch Project


South Africa is home to large quantities of thatched grass which is used to make grass roof tiles for houses, gazebos and umbrellas. There is a growing demand for this raw material.


Buscor Development saw this as a perfect opportunity to create more jobs, especially in the rural areas of Mpumalanga.


Buscor Development contributed R1,2 million towards the SMME project established as Ilanga Thatch in Carolina in 2003. Apart from the 150 job prospects for seasonal workers, 34 full time employment opportunities were created at the factory.
Buscor Development invested another R1,8 million over two years and when the project was self-sustainable a new Business Trust was registered with the workers corps as beneficiaries.



Clothing Factory

Buscor Development saw an opportunity to improve people’s workplace skills and a clothing factory was started in September 2002 in Nelspruit. The aim was to hand over the project as soon as it became self-sustainable.

A Workers Co-op was registered in October 2006 and all the workers are now members of the Co-op and benefit from the sales.

Buscor sponsored R2 million towards this project.



Msogwaba Community Hall


Buscor Development financed the renovation of the Msogwaba Community Hall.

The cost was R500 000