Apostle B Kwatsha

Bathandwa is a native of Port Elizabeth who is now residing in King William’s Town.  She is married to Nimby Kwatsha and they are blessed with three children Sibusiso, Unakho and Nithandwa Kwatsha.


She received her calling when she was 18 years old and started ministering at 19 years old.  As mandated by God, she stands for the Kingdom of God everywhere she goes especially regarding governmental issues.  Most of all she is called to be an intercessor with a psalmist touch - Harp and Bowl Ministry

 

Bathandwa
Her commitment to helping others is evident through her lifestyle of service.  Amongst other things she does the following:

-    She is a Kingdom and purpose driven teacher, as well as a conference speaker anchoring the message of destiny and motivational speaking in matters affecting society today. 

-    Hosts retreats, workshops on women & religious issues (dealing with sisterhood and women in leadership)

-    Facilitates team buildings for different government departments and private entities and other events to empower men and women to develop in a Godly character and in the love of God. 

 

Bathandwa has been hands on in a number of things such as:

-    Being the founder and Executive Director of Eastern Cape Royal Kids Camp – for abused and neglected children. 

-    She is one of the people that put together “children’s charter” in 1992 to 1993.  In the journey of being the Chairperson of the Children’s Council, Port Elizabeth Region, she had the opportunity to meet Former Presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki

-    She is the Chairperson of the Amathole District Children Advisory Council. 

-    In 2004 she conducted devotions in a Young Women in Dialogue Conference hosted by the Former President’s wife Zanele Mbeki

-    During 2011, she played her part in the inception of the Ilima Project which hosted Eastern Cape Grade 12 camps, which she still forms part of as the Minister of the Gospel. 

-    She was also an Ambassador for a Youth development Programme, Dare to Dream Talent Search Season 1 of the Elundini District Municipality.  In this show she wasn’t just an ambassador but also a motivational speaker and panellist and the show was piloted in Soweto TV. 

Her commitment to helping others is evident through her lifestyle of service.  Amongst other things she does the following:

-    She is a Kingdom and purpose driven teacher, as well as a conference speaker anchoring the message of destiny and motivational speaking in matters affecting society today. 

-    Hosts retreats, workshops on women & religious issues (dealing with sisterhood and women in leadership)

-    Facilitates team buildings for different government departments and private entities and other events to empower men and women to develop in a Godly character and in the love of God. 

 

Bathandwa has been hands on in a number of things such as:

-    Being the founder and Executive Director of Eastern Cape Royal Kids Camp – for abused and neglected children. 

-    She is one of the people that put together “children’s charter” in 1992 to 1993.  In the journey of being the Chairperson of the Children’s Council, Port Elizabeth Region, she had the opportunity to meet Former Presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki

-    She is the Chairperson of the Amathole District Children Advisory Council. 

-    In 2004 she conducted devotions in a Young Women in Dialogue Conference hosted by the Former President’s wife Zanele Mbeki

-    During 2011, she played her part in the inception of the Ilima Project which hosted Eastern Cape Grade 12 camps, which she still forms part of as the Minister of the Gospel. 

-    She was also an Ambassador for a Youth development Programme, Dare to Dream Talent Search Season 1 of the Elundini District Municipality.  In this show she wasn’t just an ambassador but also a motivational speaker and panellist and the show was piloted in Soweto TV. 

 

Bathandwa currently serves as a team leader of the Religion Division at Trufm SABC and an anchor of a gospel programme called “Hlala kum mna ndihlale kuni” live at Trufm on Wednesday’s at 09:00 – 12:00.  She also hosts a women’s talk show “Ezentlalo” also at Trufm, Monday – Thursday 21:00 – 22:00. 

 

She has a Diploma in Theology, obtained in 2000 at the South African school of Theology in North West and a certificate for Handling Abused and neglected Children.

Bathandwa has a heart for restoring women, families and relationships.  Above all her accomplishments, she considers raising and connecting men and women to their God given destinies as her primary purpose.  Part of her responsibilities as the governing eldership at Community Church is heading the Children and Youth Ministry.