The province of Mpumalanga has 4 regions: KwaNgema, Sabelweni, Daggakraal and Bushbuckridge. Each region has a coordinator designated to identifying projects with which the NMRW can work. There are different activities which include: gardens, bakeries, crafts, poultry, piggeries, brick-making, beekeeping, detergents and sewing projects. The main challenges projects across the province face are access to water and land.
The region is situated in the Bushbuckridge Local Municipality. The NMRW began working in the region in 2018. The regional coordinator has identified gardens, bakeries, piggeries, poultries, and craft making projects with whom the NMRW works.
The region is situated in Dundonald in the Chief Albert Luthuli Local Municipality. The NMRW began working in the region in 2013. Projects consist of gardens, poultries, detergents, crafts, piggeries, and bakery projects.
The region is situated in Mkhondo under the Mkhondo Local Municipality. The NMRW began working in the KwaNgema region in 1987 and the regional coordinator works with poultry, piggery, gardens, craft, detergent, and bee-keeping projects.
The region is situated in the village of Daggakraal in the Pixley ka Seme Local Municipality. The NMRW began working in the region in 2016 and the projects include gardens, pottery, sewing, piggery, bakeries, and poultry projects.