Nkgo Ya Metsi

Being a pastor’s wife, Mama Pauline has always been involved in serving the community. She initially started her centre to help the many youngsters in the area with after-care assisting them with homework and a variety of activities to keep them off the streets. She also provides preventative education to stem the rate of in teenage pregnancies.

But, her centre has morphed into something much more. They started offering care for abused and abandoned children who often arrive at Nkgo ya Mesi suffering from malnutrition, weakened immune systems, and emotional scars. Mama Pauline and her dedicated support teams ensure each of the children is physically and emotionally taken care of – giving them the opportunity to learn and grow into happy, healthy adults. Mama Pauline believes in family and has started taking care of the elderly, providing all with a haven to call home.


CMA provided skills training to 12
Mama transferred skills to 28
Mama provides employment to n/a


At the moment Mama Pauline is busy restructuring her work in the community, during this time her projects have been placed on hold.


Joined CMA: November 2013
Children in her care: n/a
Elderly in her care: n/a
Outreach: n/a

Facts about Mama Pauline

Nkgo Ya Metsi
Randfontein, Gauteng

  • Nationality and Language:
  • Date of Birth:
1 January 1970
  • Marital Status:
  • Own Children:
2 children


2015 – Clover Mama Afrika Smarties Week – Personality of the Week – winner
2016 – Eqstra Flexi Fleet – R100 000 – winner

“If you have a passion

for something, go for it no matter what the challenges are. Trust in God and everything you do will be seen by Him.”