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Sebenzile Nkambule

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South Africa

Sebenzile is a South African born media practitioner currently working in broadcasting and education publishing. She has a passion for Africa, human rights, and the empowerment of women, girls, and children are particularly close to her heart. The establishment and development of solid African owned institutions are one of the vehicles towards the restoration of our dignity as Africans through the long-lasting opportunities those institutions can create. She is in the development phase of the establishment of a digital African media and information Institute, with the aim of creating a representative and accessible media and information sector on the continent. Her leadership philosophy is 'People matter'. Sebenzile’s aspiration is to build an organization that centers people of this continent; our stories and our dreams, first.

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