Celumusa Ndlangamandla loves community service and impacting the community positively. He has volunteered at St Phillips Cabrini Ministries Clinic as a nurse where he did all nursing duties, laboratory diagnosis and dispensed drugs. He volunteered also in Norristown, Pennsylvania during Martin Luther King Jnr Day of Service, where he cleaned and painted a community hall. Recently, he volunteered with African Futures on 28 June 2019 during African Futures’ 2nd Annual Career Fair where he prepared a document on cover letter and résumé writing. He views himself as a therapeutic tool to some societal ills like lack of information or man-power.
He is fond of mental health. The fondness of mental health (the human central processing unit) inspires him to do good unto other people in order to promote people’s mental wellbeing. He has shown this by sourcing donations for St Josephs’ Primary School pupils. This is a school where pupils with various mental health challenges and physical disabilities attend. Through the university’s mental health society, he requested donations like used clothing, toiletry and stationery from other students and institutions like Swazi MTN, to mention a few. Some institutions and individuals were touched by the scenario depicted by his letter of request and contributed. The love of mental health has inspired him to discuss this issue with some churches/youth, with topics like depression, suicide, perspective and parenting, to mention a few.