Ngakwethu Guesthouse is situated in KwaMhlanga and can accommodate up to 18 people nightly. The establishment is owned by Sipho Masango, who is passionate about the development of tourism in the region. Sipho realized that the flow of traffic in this area has improved due to the upgrading of the R573 road from Pretoria to Marble Hall. Most of the people travelling on this route are tourists heading to the Kruger National Park, who stop in the area to explore the Ndebele Culture.
Seeing this as an opportunity, Sipho decided to open a guesthouse to give visitors the unique experience of sleeping in a Township. The establishment is associated with Mpumalanga Tourism Authority and belongs to Sithembisile Tourism organisation, which is the local tourism body.