Mathokoza moved to El Shaddai in 2003, and it was at this point that his life began to change. He credits learning to give, appreciating what he has, and loving others to his life at El Shaddai.
Mathokoza graduated from university with a degree in Sports Management and is currently working for Project Canaan, another ministry in Swaziland
Of course he knows that he could not have come so far without the help of El Shaddai supporters. He hopes they know how thankful he is to them. His wish is that they would look back in all they have done in his life with a smile and no trace of disappointment. He says: “I am thankful that you have walked with me and supported me when times were really hectic.”
Sports are more than just a hobby to Mathokoza; they are a way of life. He hopes to work overseas to learn about sports before coming back to Swaziland to improve the standard of sports. His hope is to be a leader in his community and inspire others to use sports to better their lives. He hopes to help people realize their own potential and help them grow in it until they are in a place where they can help change their own community.
Providing a safe haven and brighter future for children rescued from neglect, abuse, and abandonment in Swaziland.