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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.

Ntyatyambo Ntloko is a pan-Africanist queen of many talents. She heads up our Community Events & Mentorship team and describes the typical Mbewu Movement community member as “a daring African woman who truly believes that now is Africa’s time and wants to be a part of writing that story.”  Her other loves include African literature and film. In fact, her most recent film project is a three part fashion film, called “Luv Love! Love?” (a film by Ndumiso Sibanda), in which she is the voice of the female lead character (click here).

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