You probably have arrived at Mashatu by way of Limpopo Valley Airfield, likelihood is you’ll have been greeted with an enormous smile and heat welcome by Thulani Matore, Director of Limpopo Valley Entry (Pty) Ltd and air site visitors controller. Lets get to know her.
Inform us a bit about your self
I grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe and at all times had love for aviation. After finishing my schooling, air site visitors management got here at an opportune time. I labored at Bulawayo and Harare Airports as an air site visitors controller earlier than becoming a member of Mashatu in 2001.
What does a typical day at Mashatu seem like for you?
Interacting with visitors from totally different elements of the world, whose primary goal it’s to look at and admire nature, in addition to conventional cultures prevailing within the pure areas of Mashatu and the encircling communities.
What do you like most about your position at Mashatu?
I like the difficult and sobering tasks of offering a protected, orderly and expeditious stream of air site visitors, whether or not on the bottom or within the air, with an final aim of making certain a protected airspace for customers of air site visitors out and in of Mashatu. I additionally take pleasure in sustaining the most secure and most original means of accessing Mashatu, by cable means, which is the one one on this planet linking two international locations, when the Limpopo river is in flood.
What do you like most about Mashatu?
Mashatu is an esteemed organisation, and one of many high African safari and tourism locations, which performs a significant position in Botswana’s economic system. I’m additionally most appreciative of Mashatu’s efforts of giving again to the communities within the Bobirwa district.
The Eland, my totem and really good wanting animal.
The Gray Parrot. They’re very clever and thought of the best talker..
Boiled hen with delicate pap.