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This women’s month we are celebrating and profiling the incredible women who lead Mbewu Movement. Not only are they ambitious, talented and hard working, they are passionate about their communities, family orientated and share the belief that women are powerful.

First up is Ayanda Ballensiefen! Ayanda is a CA(SA) and was profiled in SAICA’s August issue of their Accountancy Journal as one of the Leading Ladies Achieving the Extraordinary (Click here for her interview). In addition, she is a member of the Harvard University Centre for African Studies Leadership Council. Ayanda is also a newly wed and recently got married to her husband, Ben Ballensiefen, in a romantic and intimate wedding ceremony in Berlin, Germany. Her other loves include travelling and spending quality time with her family and friends.

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(Image from SAICA’S Accountancy Journal)

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