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Our Formation

Mbewu Movement began because of a number of similar conversations occurring across a group of diverse young women. These women were each hungry to share their ideas, eager to take their career ambitions to the next level, and network with and learn from business, political and social pioneers. After a conversation with Dr Vuyo Mahlati, the founding Mbewu members were inspired to organise a group of friends into a collective focused on personal and social development.

Once the Mbewu members began putting pen to paper and developing their thoughts, they felt the potential of the collective was large enough to become a movement, aimed at developing mentorships and career opportunities, promoting political and social debate amongst young people and making a positive impact on the community.

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