Elaw Trading and Projects (Elaw TP) started its operation in 2010 focusing on IT and GIS Mapping. Elaw TP has during its seven-years history developed and remain as a trusted brand by our clients, and managed to make ourselves visible in Information Technology and GIS Mapping. This year (2017) Elaw TP has started a division for construction and house maintenance focusing in renovation and new development.
The company has grown organically by re-investing its earning to fund the company’s growth.
Since we are starting with construction, the company is currently registered with the CIBD as level 1 and is in good standing with the department of labour. Through the founder’s (Mr Elton Makhubele) involvement, Elaw TP is a founder member and a leading role player of rural development when it comes to information technology and we are planning to make a mark also in construction.
Recognising the need for organisations to manage different environmental systems in a sustainable manner and to increase the rate of technological developments, Elaw Trading and Projects is committed in providing modified solutions to meet its clients’ unique challenges.
Elaw Trading and Projects’ services include environmental consultancy, stakeholder engagement, fieldwork survey, GIS mapping, Information and Technology, and Database Management.
Lawrence Elton Makhubele has done courses of Earth Science in Mining and Environmental Geology with the University of Venda for three year, while still at school he worked as a GIS fieldworker at Pulawarona Spatial and Agri Services. After, he worked as a Project manager/GIS fieldwork supervisor at Pulawarona Spatial and Agri Services.
Through the need of expansion, he joined Strategic Environmental Focus (SEF) working as a GIS Fieldworker, then Environmental Assistant. At SEF, he was involved some projects as a Public Participation Practitioner, some as an Environmental Manager and some as an Environmental Compliance Office
South Africa’s first democratic government was elected in 1994, with a clear mandate to redress the inequality of the past in every sphere (Political, social and economic) which was published as BBEE Act 53 of 2003.
The fundamental objectives of the act is to advance economic transformation and enhance economic participation of black people in the South African economy.
Elaw recognize and acknowledge the legacy our undemocratic past, it is our policy to redress this past through providing opportunity within company structure and operations to historical disadvantaged individuals.
The company will not only address this legacy through its policies but because of the exclusive experience in project management, construction management housing development municipal engineering and with the construction of such infrastructure it can play a key role in the industry towards skills transfer and SMME development.
Our company is currently owned by a male black person by the name of Elton Makhubele and is willing to empower order black owned company in and around South African Provinces