About Us

The next generation

in unmanned aviation technology

Mzansi Aerospace Technologies is a black-owned and operated unmanned aviation technology start-up that is committed to growing this fledgling industry amongst some of the young people that are seeking to build their careers in this industry. Mzansi is collaborating with some accredited training organisations (ATO’s) to grow the next generation of drone pilots and technicians in sectors like agriculture, security, mining, maritime, infrastructure, law enforcement and smart cities.

Our Team

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Tash Radebe

Tatyana holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (LLB) from the University of the Witwatersrand. Tatyana is experienced in providing overarching legal advisory services in the ICT industry including negotiating and drafting agreements, advising on a wide range of legal issues and risks, and advising clients on corporate governance processes.

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Xolani Msomi

Xolani has over 15 years experience as a forensic accountant, auditor, tax consultant, risk co-ordinator and he gained his experience at SARS, Transnet, NHBRC, Bowman Gilfillan Attorneys, de Witt and Saestad CA and Ngwenyaximun CA SA. Xolani posses Cost and Management accounting diploma, B Com and Diploma in Criminal Justice & Forensic Audit.

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Mcebisi Solilo

Mcebisi is a young esteemed and very strong diversified Embedded Systems Engineer. He prides himself for being very much skilled in running major electronic system design from basic concept stage to a complete final product. There is no software language he is not privy too.

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Victor Radebe

Drone technology is Victor’s newest passion, having worked on various aerotropolis projects in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal Provinces. As the founder and CTO at Mzansi, Victor is committed to equipping young people with drone technology skills sets that will help them respond to the future of work that is being driven by the 4IR. In 2018 Victor was elected to serve in the Executive Committee of Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Association of Southern Africa (CUAASA) and is actively involved in developing the drone industry.