Our Success

Our Vision

Growing a competent youth society.

Our Mission Statement

Creating an environment where every youth is accountable for their own future. We strive to
build a community that have the necessary ability, knowledge, motives, values, career
interests, traits, self-concept, skill and attributes that contributes to a successful society.

Our Value Statements

Continuous Development: We recognise that continuous development is essential for success
in any environment, and we take steps to develop self, others and help them to excel at what they do.

Effective Communication: To effectively communicate; both verbally and in writing, with youths and schools, organizations and sporting institutions. Ensure there is an effective flow of information in terms of career awareness and understanding.

Youth Service Orientation: Pro-actively developing youth relationship by making efforts to listen and understand youths, anticipating and providing solutions to their needs, giving priority to youth satisfaction.

Relationship Management: Ability to build and maintain effective relationships and networks. This may be in relation to contacts, both inside and outside FPC who can provide information, assistance and support to achieve our vision.

Innovative & Creative Thinking: To develop new insights into situations and apply solutions to make improvements. Creating an environment that encourages creative thinking and innovation in the design of programmes and processes.

Director/Career Advisor/Industrial Psychologist 


Dean Mazhawidza

Dean Mazhawidza


Dean Mazhawidza provides professional Career Guidance and Support consulting practice under Future Pathways Consultants that use various career exploration activities to help young people to identify and fulfil their career goals. 

Dean holds an Industrial Psychology Master’s Degree from the University of Western Cape and is a registered psychologist with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA). He gained his experience working in the NGO/NPO sector as a Human Resource Consultant at Western Province Cricket Association, Sports Skills For Life Skills and Usapho Foundation. Dean has assisted student-athletes with career guidance and support by ensuring they choose the right career path that aligns with their interest, values, competencies, personalities and motives. He has worked with clubs, schools and academies like Mark Bryne High-Performance School with learners from (Curro Century City, Reddam House Durbanville and Hertzlia High School), South Africa Cricket Academy, Hellenic Football Club, Bellville Technical High School, Muizenberg High School, Sports Skills For Life Skills Schools, Western Province Handball Association Players, Cape Stars, and Foundation for Sport, Development and Peace. 

Before qualifying as a psychologist, he played cricket for Zimbabwe under 19 World Cup team as a batsmen-wicket-keeper which went to New Zealand in 2010. After the world cup, he played a few games for Mashonaland Eagles and he was granted a scholarship to study and play cricket at the University of Western Cape with Sports Skills For Life Skills (SS4LS). He is also a qualified Level 2 Cricket Coach (Cricket South Africa). He has coached cricket at Reddam House Atlantic Sea Board College and Bellville Technical High School. 

Dean Mazhawidza has a passion for sport and youth development. His vision is to create a competent youth society. Due to the high global youth unemployment and poverty in developing countries. Future Pathways Consultants was created by its founder, as an innovative private enterprise that direct youths who do not know what they want to do with their lives after completing high school or tertiary education. Which has contributed to the significant low enrolment levels in colleges, universities and later results in unemployment.

The consulting service allows young people to make fun and interactive assessments that will help them identify their skills, interests, subject/degree choices, competencies, values, abilities, strengths, passions and career choices. This will help them to gather relevant information to make an informed career decision.