Businesses Owned By Masechaba Ndlovu

Businesses Owned By Masechaba Ndlovu. Masechaba Ndlovu is a Zambian-born South African actress, television producer and presenter. The celebrity is widely known for the top shows she has presented such as Into Africa, Weekend Live, hosting “One Day Leader” on SABC1, and Afro Showbiz. She made her debut as an actress on Generations and in 2003 she got a lead role in the ETV soapie, Backstage. In 2006, Masechaba pioneered SABC Africa’s entertainment news programme, Afro Showbiz where she was unveiled as the face of the Old Mutual Vukani Fashion Awards at the official press launch. Below are some of the businesses owned by Masechaba Ndlovu.

My Personal Lifeline

Masechaba Ndlovu recently launched her new insurance policy, called My Personal Lifeline (MPLL). The policy aims to help victims of domestic violence, trauma, assault, and other crimes. As a survivor of sexual abuse herself, Masechaba told TshisaLIVE that this project was driven by her passion to make a difference in the lives’ of others. “This is a passion project. Making a difference in people’s lives cannot be driven purely by business principles, even if we are charging for these services. We charge for these services because it costs money to produce these services. We are not a government-funded entity,” she said.

Masechaba Media

Masechaba is also the owner as well as the CEO of Masechaba Media. Masechaba Media believes that building a lasting legacy is not about paying off one’s debt but it’s about paying one’s debt to humanity. The company’s vision is to develop an empire that will serve as a vehicle for transformation within the South African – and African media space. Masechaba plays a strategic role in the development of the company, from pitching and developing concepts to securing sponsorships within government.

Masechaba Youth Development

This youth programme is designed to optimise youth developmental progress. It is an intentional approach that engages youth within their communities, schools, organisations, peer groups, and families in a manner that is productive and constructive. It also recognises, utilises, and enhances young people’s strengths; and promotes positive outcomes for young people by providing opportunities, fostering positive relationships, and furnishing the support needed to build on their leadership strengths.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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