Thank you for landing on this blog-post, I will however not talk about Khanyi “The socialite” Mbau, I will rather talk about Khanyi “The woman of virtue” Dhlomo. Khanyi Dhlomo, the boss lady of Ndalo media and the founding editor of Destiny magazine has seen herself making a list of global young leaders. An only invitational club bestowed by World Economic Forum.
I personally take pride and joy when I see a fellow South African shine on a global landscape. khanyi Dhlomo, was recently selected to be amongst Global Young Leaders (GYL) of 2010 by World Economic Forum. The Young Global Leaders are comprised of some of the most extraordinary leaders in various fields and around the globe. They are agent of change, They are the people who will change the world by using their social awareness, entrepreneurial involvement and strong leadership skills.
khanyi Dhlomo did not get invited by mere luck. She boast a Master of Business Administration from the elite Harvard University. According to the GYL selection committee, Ms Dhlomo was selected because of recognition of her record of professional accomplishments, her commitment to society and her potential to contribute to shaping the future of the world through her inspiring leadership.
Dhlomo commented by saying;
I’m thrilled and honoured to represent South Africa as part of this prestigious and dynamic international community. It’s a significant responsibility, but also an exciting opportunity to put the issues facing South Africa’s youth on the global agenda. As a new member of the Forum of Young Global Leaders, I’m also inspired by the opportunity to join like-minded women and men from around the world in debates, collaborations and initiatives that will positively impact our world and its people.
Khanyi Dhlomo, is an award winning media personality and also sit on the Foschini group board of director where she sits on her capacity as a Non-Executive director.
Khanyi Dhlomo truly inspires the youth of Africa, South Africa and the world. As for me, should you tell me about Khanyi, it must be a Dhlomo and not “you know who”.
source: BizCommunity and weforum.