Meet The Queen
HRH Queen Madosini Tina Ndamase

Born in Tsolo, from the Dosini Royal House of AmaMpondomise Kingdom in South Africa. She is the Queen Consort of the Western Pondoland Kingdom at Nyandeni as a Wife to King Ndamase II of Western Pondoland Kingdom in South Africa.

She is the founder and Chairperson of the Queen Mados Foundation and an academic with an MA Degree from Nelson Mandela University (NMU). Her areas of specialisation and interest encompass local economic development, political science, political economy, and policy analysis, supported by her 15 years of experience in the Public Service under the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy. In addition to her academic and royal roles, she serves as a non-executive director at Tshwane University of Technology Enterprise Holdings within Tshwane University of Technology. She is an active member of the OR Tambo District Aids Council, the Progressive Women’s Movement of South Africa, and South African Women in Dialogue (SAWID). Dedicated to community development and gender advocacy, Queen Madosini has initiated numerous community development projects and charitable organizations to mobilize resources for assisting the poor and disadvantaged. Her proficiency extends to being a skilled public and motivational speaker.


Queen Tina Madosini Ndamase created the Queen Mados Foundation to create programs focused on the elevation and empowerment of the most vulnerable and disenfranchised in her community with the vision to impact the lives of people; not just in the Eastern Cape but in South Africa and the African continent.


To become a foundation that is impactful and runs sustainable programs and initiatives that have long term impact on the communities the foundation supports.


To uplift individuals and communities in need through grass roots interventions that speak directly to the potential and capabilities of the communities the foundation works with.

  • Create food security in rural areas through farming initiatives.
  • Local economic development for women living in rural areas.
  • Demonstrate the value of getting an education to children in rural areas and provide career guidance that includes exposure to careers in the age of 4IR.
  • Support children in rural areas with basic schooling items including uniforms, stationary and sanitary products for young girls.
  • Create cultural entertainment initiatives that encourage children and young adults in rural areas to be creative by tapping into their culture for inspiration.
  • Create platforms that will encourage dialogue on the critical issues affecting rural communities including gender based violence, sexual abuse, teenage pregnancy, femicide and HIV/AIDS.
  • Provide workshops and training in entrepreneurship, business and other empowerment tools that will give communities the means to see the problems in their communities as opportunities for creativity, growth, development and empowerment.

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