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HONOURING CHANGEMAKERS AS WE CELEBRATE WOMEN'S MONTH, WE WANT TO RECOGNISE SOME OF THE INCREDIBLE WOMEN WHO ARE STRIVING TO BRING CHANGE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY TO OUR WORLD. THESE WOMEN ARE WHAT WE CALL CHANGE MAKERS AND NOT ONLY DO THEY FACILITATE CHANGE, THEY ALSO INSPIRE IT. PI haven't even lived my best moments AMBASSADOR FOR CHANGE yet, that excites me and what I need to get there is work really, really hard. At only 22, Ntsako has an impressive resume, but what's even more impressive is Fhe way she lights up the room with her passion for positive change, for which she is a true ambassador, and her contributions to the Educotion Sector have changed lives by raising the quality of schooling for young South Africans Driven by a desire to do good in the world, and not necessarily only make money, she proved her worth when she was selected to represent the learners of South Africa by the Human Rights Commission and presented a report on the right to basic education. This led to real change and 20 mobile classrooms. She spearheaded a documentary called 'Schools That Work' which identified real-world recipes for success to provide a learning resource to schools that were struggling In 2019 she was invited to represent learners in Parliament at the State of the Nation address. She gets her motivation from her dad, who nurtured her love and inquisitiveness for education, which led her to spending her school holidays job shadowing at the Department of Basic Education. From there she studied Business to academically equip herself to reach her goals and objectives: One of her passions is the importance of female representation - "When you see someone that you can relate to, who looks like you, has the same skin tone and hair like you, you feel | am a seed and this is fertile ground where I can grow" While Ntsako is only just getting started, she has already made positive change in education. So what does the future hold? In the next two years she plans to launch two new businesses, and in the long run, she wants to create better ways of living and improve hope for the future - in fact, she has even been asked if she wants to be president - so here's hoping - watch this space. NTSAKO MHLANGA AWARD-WINNING SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR FROM JOHANNESBURG

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