"This includes the day-to-day of saving lives through mobile TB and HIV screening, medical surveillance and community mobilisation.
"My job also entails playing an integral role in combating Covid-19, providing screening services at department of health offices and forensic chemistry labs in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban," Mathandela said.
Furthermore, Aurum Innova has been providing risk assessment, clinical screening and medical support services at quarantine sites in the country.
Mathandela was born in Mount Fletcher, a small town in the Eastern Cape.
"I faced numerous challenges growing up and often found myself moving from town to town as my mother struggled to make ends meet and I fought to go to school, so I could give her a better life," said Mathandela.
He said his parents divorced when he was eight years old.
"In 2001, I moved to Johannesburg, but I came for soccer and was just 11. I pushed and matriculated in 2007, at Sir Pierre van Ryneveld High School in Kempton Park. I knew I was closer to achieving my dreams," he said.
Mathandela said he was committed to making his life a success from a very young age, watching his mother determined to raise him together with nine of his siblings.
"Things began to materialise when I graduated at Wits University and Wits Business School with a bachelor of commerce degree and postgraduate diploma in management, respectively," he said.
He said he continued to pursue his dream of making an impact in the world by entering the corporate world and continuing to grow with each company.
Mathandela has experience in several industries and across sectors through his entrepreneurial ventures as well as professional career.