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An interview with Sunni Faba, SA’s TV and Film trailblazer

Article by Lilitha Mahlati

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Vongani – Groceries Series
By MbewuAdmin

Is It Possible To Buy Groceries At No Cost? A buyer’s journal to secure additional wealth. Author: Vongani Nkuna Several years ago, I opened a stock brokerage account at a reputable firm. I deposited a few thousand and then, as a natural result of exploring other interests, I let it roost. Month after month a …

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By MbewuAdmin

Over the past few years, I have had a few friends ask me how it feels to be a double minority in a majority white male dominated industry …and only now that I’ve taken time off to do my masters can I truly reflect on it. Not because I’ve never felt like the other or …

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Why people are loving Mbewu Movement

  • “Our first experience with the Mbewu community was online, reading the blog features and following the uplifting content on social media. Our relationship with Mbewu Movement grew into a meaningful support structure when we attended their event and had the opportunity to promote our business through their small business pitch competition. We won the competition and have since had many experiences that began with relationships we built through networking at their event. We love what Mbewu Movement stands for and our alignment with the organization continues to bare fruit as they have given us business and referrals that speak to our business values.”

    Nkgabiseng Motau & Mukondi Ralushayi

    Co-Founders of THINK Creative Hub
  • “We can’t possibly thank Mbewu Movement enough for being our event partner foe ‘A Parisian Instant with Nicolle Kobi” in Johannesburg, South Africa? Since we were flying in from the USA and this was our first time in South Africa, we were relieved to have chosen them as our partner. The Mbewu Movement ladies got each and every job done, and did anything and everything we asked of them with complete professionalism every time. We know our Johannesburg event would not have been as seamless if it wasn’t for them…”

    Nicholle Kobi & Carine Dikambi

    Illustrator & Manager
  • “To say that a group of women empowering others, is to go about a normal day in Africa. This is happening along river banks, shores of lakes, kitchens in our innumerable villages and market places the continent over. We can now add internet portals, social media platforms to that list… Mbewu Movement chose to hold a leadership seminar with one of Africa’s brightest young entrepreneurs, Fred Swaniker, on his vision for Africa…”

    Peter Shivute

    MBA, African Leadership University (ALU)