Manuel Mondlane produces original wood and stone sculptures in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes, and sells these on the side of the road between the Ngwenya/Oshoek border post and Mbabane. His sculptures include slightly-smaller-than-life size characters dressed in traditional Swazi costumes or day-to-day workers outfits.
These wooden sculptures are made from the wood of the Jacaranda tree, and cost in the region of E800 per sculpture.
Manuel also produces smaller stone sculptures of modern design. Manuel is open for business every day of the week, and you will usually find him at his roadside stall from 08:00, except on Sundays when he arrives after church.