Education Ambassadors SA

The right to a decent education

Writer: Jackie Carroll Every year, Human Rights Day gives us the opportunity to reflect on the state of human rights in South Africa. Education is a fundamental human right and the foundation upon which other rights are built on. Without...

Nonhlanhla ‘Skolopad’ Qwabe – Go...

You saw her at the Metro FM Awards #MMA16 a few weeks ago. You may have even judged her but do you know her story? The Education Ambassadors SA recently caught up with Nonhlanhla ‘Skolopad’ Qwabe. Read her story below. I am a Mother, Nurse...

Tshepo “SWART” Rameetse –...

We draw our inspiration from Tshepo “SWART” Rameetse this week! He runs a production company which specialises in Corporate videos AV, stage, lighting and printing solutions. Read his inspiring story below. I was born in Tladi in...

Ashley Mokwena – A Student Promoter...

A MUST WATCH: Our team caught up with Ashley Mokwena from Daveyton, Ekurhuleni. He started working as a student promoter and now works as a Digital Marketing Specialist.Watch the video below and be inspired. Thank you for sharing your...

Refilwe Masela – A Tale of Victory

We recently caught up Refilwe Masela, born and bred in Qwaqwa Phuthaditjhaba. She battled with depression and advises that it can be overcome if attended to. We were fascinated by her mantra: never let someone else’s opinion of you determine...

Dineo Molokoane – My Story

It’s the start of a new week, and today we draw our inspiration from Dineo Molokoane. She was previously awarded Best Female of the Year in the category of Youth Development for the 2016 Women’s Awards in her community, Tlhabane. Read...

Hlox Da Rebel – Arts Entrepreneur

This week our team caught up with Lehlohonolo “Hlox Da Rebel” Mabaso, who believes that his perseverance and persistence constantly motivates him to dream big. Read his inspiring story below.  I was born and raised up in...

Inga Sebata – Balancing Career And...

Would you choose between a career and family or can both co-exist? Inga Sebata, a Public Relations professional shares her inspiring story with us. She strongly believes that life is what you make of it. Read her story below: I grew up...

They told me cycling was a white sport...

Bonga Ngqobane (25) started the first ever cycling club in Khayelitsha, in 2014, Bonga.Org Cycling Academy. In the past three years, Bonga has managed to get 150 young people to take part in their cycling events. “It’s an accomplishment for...