Masechaba Ndlovu is one of South Africa's most thought provoking personalities. Masechaba is an entrepreneur, radio show host, presenter and MC. Sometimes provocative, sometimes hilarious, always relevant, Masechaba has forged a remarkable position in the South African celebrity sector. In this seminal event, Masechaba comes to the heart of SA's second biggest township, Khayelitsha, to address a passionate entrepreneur community at the iconic Bandwidth Barn venue at Lookout Hill. Masechaba will tell her story of her roots in Zambia as the daughter of two exiled parents, all the way to her rise to the top of celebrity status in the 21st Century.
Who is this event for?
This event is for entrepreneurs with stars in their eyes; intrapreneurs who want to disrupt their industry from the inside and curious by-standers who want to soak up the incendiary story of Masechaba Ndlovu, a true trailblazer who put everything on the line to graft a career from the dusty streets of Zambia all the way to the glitzy world of the South African media A-list.
About The Speaker:
Masechaba Ndlovu is a child of military veterans. She was named after her paternal grandmother, Masechaba Lekalake - and her name means "Mother of the nation". Masechaba comes from a family of healers. Her purpose is embedded in her name. Masechaba does not consider herself as a ‘cover girl’, but rather as a news maker and a game changer. Masechaba’s work is her calling and she only says yes to opportunities that bring meaning to the lives of others. Masechaba’s calling is to MAKE CHANGES. If Masechaba were not achieving this through Radio and TV, she’d still be doing the work on the streets and in people's homes. Masechaba loves to teach - and when she’s not on Radio or TV, Masechaba lectures classes on radio and TV presentation and interview skills through her company, MASECHABA MEDIA. As a globally certified life-coach, Masechaba brings a life-skills approach to her media training classes. In her own words, “I’m passionate about the development of young people and moving Africa forward.”