Dinkwanyane Arnold Phasha was born in Sekhukhune, Limpopo but spent most of his youth in Mmabatho, Bophuthatswana, where he was a student at renowned Mmabatho High School. He worked in the family business after completion of his studies and continued to be deployed in various companies that the family had interest in ranging from ICT to retail, property development and recently financial services.
Dinkwanyane served on the National Small Business Council as a councillor from its inception until its closure and was Deputy Chairperson of Provincial Small Business Council (Limpopo). He served in NAFCOC as deputy Chairperson of Limpopo and was deployed in NEDLAC, subcommittee on productivity. He was a member of the Ministerial Task Team that investigated the impact of New labour Relations Act on Small business. In the early 2000 he was contracted by NAFCOC and AHI to conduct country wide training on the then Amended Labour Relations Act of 2000.
In 2005 Dinkwanyane’s company signed a PPP agreement with government of Madagascar to develop about 1000KM road from Antananarivo to Toliara, his company was tasked with the responsibility to package the project and raise capital for it the task he executed diligently but all was lost due to a coup that ensued. He is an active politician, a branch chairman of ANC branch 83 and an active member of Tshwane Professional,
Academic and Business Forum. He is a director Frontline Africa Investments and Meropa Casino in Limpopo.
– B.Com (Hons) – (UWC)
– MBA degree – (De Mont Fort University – UK)