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Mildred Hlatshwayo

Being a member of Mamandla means now I can get to meet other women with whom minds put together we can change the whole perception of a mother and empower mothers so that they become self sufficient and have access to arms/means that can propel them to reach their optimum.

Palesa Mphambani

My background incubated a personal philosophy of social justice which led me to seek communion in the fellowship of like-minded people that is Mamandla. Within the broad range of issues affecting motherhood and mothers’ rights, I have a particular interest in breastfeeding, the laws regulating maternity leave and early childhood development.

Nodumo Makaza

Being a Mamandla Fellow will allow me to network with like-minded women who are passionate about supporting mothers in communities and will enable me to grow.

Pamela Mkhize-Madonsela

I am excited about being part of the Mamandla Fellowship and I look forward to the learnings, the amazing networks, and changing the world one day at a time.

Nqubeko Shezi

Being a Mamandla fellow means that I can further my passion and get deeper with my involvement and intentions. I want to contribute to the fellowship using my experience and also by becoming a sponge and absorb as much wisdom and knowledge as possible.

Ntokozo Mabhena

Ntokozo is a proud antenatal and postnatal class host. Her passion for empowering mothers stems from her own motherhood journey which ignited in her a curiosity about childhood development and the desire for every mother, regardless of background, to be empowered with evidence-based, current information relating to foetal and childhood

Tlotlisang Amanda Mokoena

I’m Tlotlisang Amanda Mokoena. I was born in Soweto, South Africa. I am a teacher, mother and maternal health activist and founder of Glow Movement NPO. Glow was born as an initiative by a group of young women, who realise the significance of girl and women groups in social development.

Joey Dlamini

Joey Dlamini is a parenting expert with a heart and message that we should normalise the imperfect journey of parenting. Parents love her candid and practical advice that they use to not only challenge themselves but also connect with their children. She believes in the power of having real honest

Roeline Van Eck

Sometimes before you can be a ‘mover and shaker’ you need to be moved and shaken. And that’s my story. After a difficult pregnancy with my youngest, I welcomed him into the world early. With a full heart and empty arms, I had to leave him in the NICU for