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Womech is a workshop that was established by two dynamic and enthusiastic young black ladies who have realized the opportunities that exist in the industry. The business was born in concept in January 2017 and officially opened shop in October 2017. The vision was conceived through the passion of the two mechanical expert sisters who are qualified Diesel mechanic and Auto electrician. The two boast vast experience from exposure to the fleet needs and requirements of government departments and parastatals as well as small and large operational businesses.

Womech Mechanical Works Specialists is a automobile repair and maintenance company founded and owned by two young black women, dealing in all makes of vehicle (cars, trucks, fleet, buses and earth moving equipment)

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Dineo Glomane (Director)


Ms. D.P. Glomane matriculated in 2001 before obtaining her National N Diploma in Mechanical
Engineering. In 2004 she attended the Tshwane South College where she did her practical training.

In 2005 Ms. D.P. Glomane began working as an Apprentice Auto Electrician for Value Logistics. She did her trade in 2008 and then continued working for the same company as a qualified Auto Electrician. In 2010 she worked for Busco Malelane as an Auto Electrician before joining MAN Truck and Bus where she worked until May 2012. She then worked for BMW SA as a Technologies Trainer, CTC Witbank as a Training Officer and Trade Test Assessor and then completed her working career at Vocational training academy as an auto electrician training officer. Dineo is currently the CEO of the company and also manages the employees and the day to day running of the workshop.She believes that in order to succeed you need to do things yourself and work hard.

“I have seen the gap, being the feminine quality of being risk averse which has led to a need for black female artisans to establish organisations of their own, what can I say, the entrepreneurial bug has bitten me and I am excited for the next chapter of my career” ….D Glomane

Keneuwe Glomane (Director)


Ms. K.J. Glomane matriculated from the Beacon High School in 2001. She then attended Tshwane South College where she obtained her National N Diploma in Mechanical Engineering in 2008. In 2013 she obtained her National Diploma NQF 6 in Project Management, and is currently doing her B-Com Business Management through the University of South Africa.
Ms. K.J. Glomane did her apprentice as a Diesel Mechanic between 2005 and 2008 and completed her Trade Test in August 2008. She then worked as a qualified Diesel Mechanic for Value Logistics Limited between August 2008 and May 2010.She then joined Wesbank as a Technical Advisor. In April 2011 she joined Eskom where she has worked as an Fleet Technical Officer, as well as a Fleet Technical Safety and Compliance Officer. She has since been promoted to Eskom Rotek Industry as a site manager. She is also a technical advisor and the CFO of the company.
“I have realised that my enthusiasm for motors extends over and above the administration of process and through various stakeholder engagements I have informally established and run successful business, this is me formalising one of my own”…. K Glomane

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