been the driving force behind
I spent my formative years in the industrial town of Uitenhage in the Eastern Cape. I was raised by my grandmother who worked two jobs; as a cleaner at a hospital and prison warder at St Albans prison.
The area had very little development at the time, and moving to Mthatha to attend boarding school in 1987 exposed me to the vast differences between the two. This fuelled my desire to breathe life into small towns.
Xoliswa Daku (43), CEO of DCI Holdings and Daku Group of Companies,
shares how she’s transforming small towns into thriving urban developments.
Working as an attorney led