Bantsho has the ability to attract relevant and skilled professionals to work on projects as and when required. Through its years of practice, Bantsho has built reliable business networks throughout the consulting fraternity, having worked with leading advisory and training companies such as Grant Thornton and PricewaterhouseCoopoers (PwC).

Bantsho has had sub-contractor opportunities from the following companies

  1. Grant Thornton (please get their logo_
    • A feasibility study for the establishment of an industrial park in Toekomsrus, in the West Rand on behalf of the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency (GDDA).
    • A pre-feasibility study on the establishmrent of Centres of Excellence (CoEs) on behalf of the Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (GEP).
  1. PwC’s national footprint had been an added advantage to Bantshoand vice versa, and Bantshohas built some niche markets in the consulting space.
    • Bantshohas completed a number of policy and governance training projects for PwC in the education sector in the NorthWest Province.
    • Bantsho also conducted business, accounting and training for the Services and Bank Setas as sub-contractor work to the PwC
  1. Econometrix andBantsho continue to explore research and consulting prospects together Econometrixis a reputable and respected research company in South Africa. The partnership has enabled Bantsho to take on a research project focusing the Industrial and Trade Policy on behalf of the Gauteng Provincial Government.

We have also partnered with the Western College (Westcol), a Technica, Vocational and Educational  Training (FET) institute. This partnership aims to assist corporate and government clients to implement Skill, Supplier  and Enterprise Development projects for their staff and communities within which they operate. Westcol and Bantsho have partnered with a mining company, Rand Uranium, to train over 100 youth and women in various technical and business skills.

Bantsho has also worked with Monash University South Africa (Monash), where Mr. Montsho serves on the Board of School of Business and Economics. He has subsequently visited three of their campus in Australia where he was hosted by the Family and Small Business Research Unit (FSBRU), at that point the two partners were exploring the possibility of setting a Centre for Black Economic Empowerment Studies (CBEES), whose aim was to support academic and business studies on the development and evolution of BEE and economic transformation in Australia and South Africa.


Bantsho’s clients include the following recent projects:

Corporate Clients


Client Name


Nature of Assignment

AFGRI Provide Diversity and Disability Equity consulting organisation-wide
Mailwise International Implementation of  Broad Based Black Economic Emmpowerment (BBBEE) Training Programme
Barloworld Equipment Provide Employment Equity and Diversity Training for managers and staff at various divisions within the  company

Government Departments




Nature of Assignment

Department of Trade and Industry Participate in the Black Business Supplier Development programme (BBSDP) as a service provider in the areas of marketing, management training and quality management systems for small businesses


Providing technical and strategic advice on the development of a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) strategy and policy, and the engagement of SMMEs
Gauteng Department of Finance and Economic Affairs


Sub-contracted by Econometrix on research for the development of a Black Economic Empowerment strategy as a component of an Industrial and Trade Strategy for the province
Gauteng Tourism Authority (GTA)


Design and Provision of  Trade Exhibition Management training for eleven GTA-sponsored exhibitors for the  Meetings Africa Tourism Lekgotla/conference as well as providing the exhibitors with marketing collateral, namely business cards and brochures

Quasi-Government Companies


Client Name


Nature of Assignment

National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) Review of the BEE Policy and the Procurement Policy, through national and international research and benchmarks, and aligning both policies to national BEE and Procurement policies
Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA)




Training on Diversity Management
Social Housing Regulatory Agency (SHRA)



Culture Transformation





Nature of Assignment

ThabaChweu Local Municipality Provide consulting/advisory to the Administrator as a Youth and Enterprise Development Specialist.

Development of a Youth Development Strategy for the Lydenburg Local Muncipality

Training and Development in Construction, Furniture and New Venture Creation Skills in partnership with accredited training partners

Ditsobotla Local Municipality Provide consulting/advisory  to the Municipality as a Youth and Enterprise Development Specialist

Facilitate a Youth in Business Workshop

West Rand District Municipality


Identifying and implementing youth employment projects in the water sector, namely plumbing and car wash and other job creation projects


Implementation of a training and mentoring programme for youth projects namely, “Youth in Plumbing”,   “Youth in Plumbing”, “Youth Car Wash Business” and the “Youth in School Cleaning Programme”


Randfontein Local Municipality Establishment of a Local Business Information  Centre (LBIC) in partnership with the Randfontein Municipality, with Bantsho providing the experienced personnel for small business education and support services
Mogale City Conducting small business development training

Mining Houses




Nature of Assignment

Rand Uranium Mine Joint project with Mguka Trading to provide Business Development Skills and Construction Skills training for 40 construction employees from 38 companies as part of the Rand Uranium Social Labour Plan (SLP)
Glencore (Lydenburg)



Implement a Youth Construction and Business Training Programme in Mashishing, Lydenburg over a period of one year

Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA)




Nature of Assignment

Wholesale & Retail SETA





Provide business development training  and mentoring for two categories of SMMEs, namely:

  • Business Start-up Training Programme for aspiring entrepreneurs, and
  • Business Improvement Training Programme for existing enterprises
FP&M SETA Experiential training programme partnership with Rand Uranium, Mguka Trading and the Randfontein Local Municipality
Tourism , Hospitality and Sports, Education and Training Authority (THETA) Sub-contracted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to provide training in among others, Change Management, Strategic Management and Financial Management and Marketing for member companies
Letsema BANKSETA and FASSET SETA Sub-contracted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to provide training under the Letsema III learnership in the following areas, Basic Business Principles, Basic Economic Concepts, Basic Accounting Concepts and Financial Advice and Change Management Strategic Management, Financial Management and Marketing for member companies
Fibre, Pulp and Manufacturing SETA (FP&M SETA)



Project managers for the training of 30 young people in a one-year Cabinet Making learnership and another 30 young people in an 3 months Upholstery Skills Programme

Finance Development Institutions (FDIs)




Nature of Assignment

Small Enterprise Development Agency (seda) Tshwane & Bojanala Districts



Bantsho is an accredited service provider to seda and Bantsho offices in the West Rand were an Enterprise Information Centre (EIC) of seda.


We have also developed business plans and marketing tools for SMMEs in the Bojanala District

Gauteng Enterprise Propeller (West Rand)
  • Conducting a customer satisfaction survey among SMME in the manufacturing sector based in the West Rand
  • Development of Business Plans and Marketing Plans for SMMEs in hospitality, agriculture, arts and culture, construction, professional consulting and other industries
  • Development of marketing tools such as websites, logos, company profiles, etc for  businesses in the professional services, arts and culture and the service sectors that enable SMMEs to maximise clientele
  • Providing tailor-made training for SMMEs, in areas such as Entrepreneurship and Business Management

Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise (SMME0 Development and Entrepreneurship Development.

Bantsho has developed Business Plans, Marketing Plans and Business Profiles for over 200  small businesses and has trained and facilitated workshops for over 5000 entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs and youth e in partnership with  municipalities, private sector, FDIs and government departments.