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Khethiwe Mndawe

Khethiwe Mndawe

Khethiwe Mndawe is a South African PR practitioner,  development journalist and Arts activist. She runs a media and publishing business, which has operating in Mpumalanga for 5 years. She’s passionate about Africa representation in Media, research, Academics and documentation. Khethiwe Mndawe is a creative who also enjoys doing exhibitions and international exposure programs for African literature, history cultures and creative arts. She is a wife and mother of two.

Khethiwe Mndawe’s Previous work

 She has worked as a development and business journalist for over 8 years for national and local media, she also a fellow journalist for the Wits/Beijing University for the China African report since 2016.

 She had participated in the SADC journalist of the year judge panel

 She was the deputy chairperson for the communications student association

 She worked at a communication officer for the UBUNTU Institute providing social, health and intercultural research for the SADC regions.

 She was a communication officer and still manages the Mpumalanga youth portal.

 She has published 3 children’s books.

 She sits the SAYDO board and the Esther Mahlangu foundation Board member .

 She did a year research study of Township women and import trade in Africa for Wits school of journalism programme.

 Co-founder of HEALSA.ORG an NPO for vegan health and awareness

 She’s received a Creative Business grant form Business Arts South African for the Uncovering Mpumalanga tourism and informal trader’s magazine.

 She still freelances for City press Business, SHE LEADS AFRICA international woman’s magazine and occasional writes form the Dot of arts and culture publications.

 She has a certificate of recognition by the AFRICAN HEBREW ISREALITES COMMUNITY as information and PR officer for African kingdoms

 Currently writing Dr Esther Mahlangus, Ray Phiri, Jackson Hlongwane Auto Biography and King Makhosonke and the Mabhena family history book,

Writing focus: fictions, non fiction, African children curriculum (lesson) stories, early development learning short stories. Environment and animal stories, African history influenced short stories, African tales, modern/ diaspora teen stories, fiction, nonfiction, biographies. Journalist focus: human adaptations, business and entrepreneurship, economic transformation, Health and culture in Africa diaspora, intercultural sociology and African children, African/China trade, Women in Africa and conformity to a new worlds views, Culture and Art legacies in Africa, Youth SME, Exploitation of African art and craft