Latest Role Models

Praveena - I am hopeful that I will succeed in inspiring and motivating you. I have been pondering over how best to impart some life lessons to you in a manner that will ensure that what you read from this message remains with you as you go through your various life lessons. After much deliberation, I decided that I am going to address you on my challenges as a blind women in South Africa, and how I was able to transcend these challenges despite the odds against me. I am hoping that in sharing my life experience with you that…
Jabulile - Jabulile Ngwenya is a fierce woman who doesn’t let her deafness hold her back. Jabulile attended mainstream schools in Canada, Swaziland and South Africa. She matriculated from The Wykeham Collegiate in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-­‐Natal, and holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Rhodes University where she specialised in writing and editing, and in multimedia. A versatile communicator and content creator with a keen eye for strategy and detail, Jabulile has a gift for words and language. She is a freelance writer and founder and director of Red Silk Tree Media, a company that focuses on bringing ideas to life…
Ramani - “My heart doesn’t care how much money I make or whether the words “President” are in my job title. My heart only cares that I listen to my soul, follow my truth, and shine in this world as the authentic me. This means that, in all likelihood, I won’t follow a conventional path." My name is Miss Ramani Moodley. I am 26 years old and I am an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. During June 2011, I had been conducting my articles of clerkship when I had incurred a drastic motor vehicle accident. I was…