Khanyi Dhlomo Khanyi Dhlomo

 

This month went by too fast, more months are needed to celebrate our female species. As a young lady or male, you have a special woman that you look up to. It may be a Woman that has made life easier for you and inspired you in some sort of way. A woman that raised you through all circumstances and met most, if not all your demands. If you’re on the road to a better life, have a roof over your head, attending at a top university or even If you’ve paved your way to success, you know there’s that one special woman that’s made life worth fighting for. Here are some women that deserve recognition in our country and who guide and influence many young lives.

Khanyi Dhlomo
Khanyi Dhlomo is the Managing Director of Ndalo Media, which she founded it in 2007. She is also the founder of DestinyConnect and the Editor of Destiny Magazine. Before starting her media company, Dhlomo served as the True Love magazine editor for eight years. In 2011, she made Forbes list of 20 Young Power Women in Africa.

Lindiwe Mazibuko
Hate her or love, she’s the one DA member that has made the youth listen to what she has to say. She’s brave and very well spoken. In a male dominating world of politics, she’s managed to make a name for her self, I mean who doesn’t know who Lindiwe Mazibuko is? Parliamentary Leader and the country’s fourth youngest parliamentarian, labelled a “rising star in Parliament” and a possible future DA leader.

Dr Precious Molio-motsepe
She holds a Diploma in Reproductive Health and Child Health.
Precious Molio-Motsepe the Executive Chairperson for African Fashion International. Her company owns and hosts Fashion weeks in South Africa. Her company aims to promote and develop African fashion and to bring it into global standards. AFI brings fashion designers, media, retailers and consumers together. She is also a Chairperson for Leisureworx, a motivational speaker on ‘Women and Health in the Workplace’ at the Global Summit of Women held in South Africa in 2000. She has served the public in hospitals in Johannesburg and Pretoria, specializing in Paediatrics. A Lady of many successes, a true inspiration in making a difference and promoting social development.

Charlize Theron
Charlize Theron grew up on a farm outside Benoni, South Africa, as the only child. She got an education as a ballet dancer and has danced both the “Swan Lake” and “The Nutcracker”. She moved to the United states where she got job at the Joffrey Ballet in New York. She was also able to work as a photo model. She came to Los Angeles without knowing anyone and with perserverance and ambition she was able to find herself a good agent. she has taken acting lessons and her career has skyrocketed, most lately in “The Devil’s Advocate”. A woman like her proves to any ordinary South African, that if you’re determined, anything is possible.

Those are just a few positive role models and super women. Others include the likes of Basetsana Khumalo, Bonang Matheba, Sade Giliberti, Lorcia Cooper, Sibongile Zikalala, deborah Patta, Connie Ferguson, Miriam Green, Pam Golding, Wendy Luhabe and many more.

A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water.

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