Maolela Business Enterprises cc. (MBE) was founded in September of 2003.  Ms. Suzan Ramoroko wanted to be her own boss and she felt MBE would be the right vehicle towards accomplishing independence.  With the Government encouraging women and youth into business, Ms. Ramoroko saw an opportunity to make a difference both in the field and the community

Mission Statement

We strive to improve our industry and contribute positively to our communities by way of creating quality jobs, train our employees and improve quality standards.

Company Objectives

Create Quality jobs.

Engage locals in our projects, thus creating jobs and imparting skills.

Achieve best results through commitment and continuous improvement.

Execute our operations professionally and maintain an image of excellence.

Implement projects timorously and to required standard.

The Team

 Suzan Ramoroko – Founding Member

Ms. Ramoroko, a qualified teacher by training, started her career as an office administrator for an Accounting firm.  While working for the Accountants, she did Computer literacy courses, Pastel Accounting programme and Office practice.  She joined Lomaco Electrical cc as their administrator.  She gained experience as she was exposed to the technical field.  She learned how disconnection and reconnection of Electricity were done.

She later joined a team of Engineers in their Consulting business as a project co-ordinator. Ms. Ramoroko gained a wealth of experience in the engineering business background and was exposed to the technical field.  Amongst other things, her technical exposure evoked her entrepreneurial spirit to enter the field by forming her company and making a difference in the industry (more so as a woman).

Robert Fredericks – Contracts and Operations Manager


PPM [University of Pretoria], Diploma Project Management [Damelin], CEA – [Estate Agents Board], CPM – [SACPCMP]

Employment History

2007 – : Maolela Business Enterprises

Projects Director/Contracts Manager

2002 to 2007: Kwezi V3 Engineers Pretoria

Position: Project Manager

Project Experience:

Used to handle the day to day operations of the RAMP (Repair and Maintenance Programme), Justice Facilities for the Department of Public Works. These projects were based nationally and KV3 were the appointed Programme Managers for 251 facilities.

2000 to 2001: Duncan Rhodes /Hlamalane Projects


Assistant project manager – Vodacom Phase 3 (R 360m – over 18 months)

Construction Manager – Vodaworld Refurbishment

1999 to 2000: Rosim Building Projects & Properties


Managing Member of Emerging Construction Company


Marketing and client liaison

Project Management

Funding and cash flows

Day to day operation of company

1997 to 1999: Pyrotechnic (Pty) Ltd


Contracts Manager & Mechanical design draughtsman – Fire Protection


Designs and drawing office

Project Management

Liaison with client and professional team

Construction management

Monthly progress/payment certificates

Cash flows

1994 to 1997: North West Housing Corporation (Mmabatho & Mabopane) – Government

Area Manager (1995 to 1997)


Building inspector (1994 to 1995)


Building Inspector


Planning, co-ordination and controlling of maintenance on existing houses and flats

Monthly payment certificates

Liaison with Department of Housing in regards to maintenance

1992 to 1994: Dawson & Fraser, Pretoria


Design draughtsman/Junior Contracts Manager

1990 to 1992: John Graham Construction, Kimberley


Site Foreman – Construction

1984 to 1990: Murray & Roberts, Northern Cape


Indentured Apprentice Carpenter (1984 to 1987)

Carpenter Charge Hand/Foreman (1987 to 1990)