Ntokozo Ndlovu

AboutNtokozo Ndlovu

Born in Pietermaritzburg, Edendale Hospital 02 October 1985. Married with two beautiful children, Lesedi and Lethabo. Author of two books: Matsimane and his people and Izethuso neziluleko zabazali bami. Decorated Military Sergeant with over 15 years of instructor experience and Joint Operations experience obtained asleader at tactical, operational and military strategic levels of war participating in military, joint interdepartmental, interagency and multinational operations including peacekeeping, border safeguarding and in support of crime prevention, humanitarian relief, disaster management and relief operations. Champion in transformational leadership, literature enthusiast and book fanatic. Founder of The Web Foundation, Siyafunda Donate a Book, Khululeka Football Club, and Amaciko AseMpendle Art Group in my home village. Performed at Joburg Theatre and Roodepoort Theatre with Amaciko aseMpendle in August 2016. I joined the South African National Defence Force, in 2005, Did my basic military training at 3 South African Infantry Batallion, Worked in Bloemfontein at 1 Special Service Batallion, Worked at 1 South African Tank Regiment, Worked at School of Armour. I moved to Pretoria in 2014, worked at South African Army College, and now I am working at Joint Operational Headquarters in Pretoria but currently detached in Durban Legal Satellite as a Human Resource Clerk.


In 2006 I deployed in the Lesotho border, and in 2012 deployed externally to Democratic Republic of Congo, Goma, under the United Nations, peacekeeping

mission for nine months. I am grateful to the SANDF for giving me the opportunity that I would have never got, if I was a civilian. I have travelled this country, this continent and looking forward to travel this whole world.



  • Gauteng Youth Excellence Awards in 2016
  • Mail and Guardian Top 200 Young South Africans 2020
  • Annual Time of the writer Literature champion Award
  • UNITAS Medals
  • United Nation Medal
  •  Long Service Medals: 10 years medals



  • English: Full Professional Proficiency.
  • Zulu: Native/Bilingual Proficiency.
  • Sesotho Full Professional Proficiency.
  • Xhosa: Full Professional Proficiency.
  • Kiswahili Professional Working Proficiency.



  • Donated more than 375 000 books
  • Established 45 rural school libraries
  • Established 3 e-libraries in three schools
  • Reached more than 18 000 children
  • Worked in 7 provinces and over 30 communities