- Thabo Ndwadwe is passionate about dance, drama and singing - he is also keen on helping the youth of SA
- He is a natural leader and has established and NGO, Young Movers Entertainment Group who aim to help the youth
- Their aims are to reduce school dropouts and teenage pregnancy
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Thabo Ndwadwe is a young and determined young man with a great deal of energy which he is using to help the youth of South Africa.
Briefly.co.za learned that he is currently studying Electrical Infrastructure Construction Engineering, is a student ambassador as well as running his own entertainment group.
Thabo has always been passionate about drama and dance, from primary school to high school he was always singing and dancing.
He also realised that he has the ability to lead and make things happen. In 2019 he started an NGO, Young Movers Entertainment Group, he is the core founder and scriptwriter for the group.
The group have an ambitious goal, they want to decrease crime, reduce school dropouts, teenage pregnancy and other ills that plague the youth of South Africa.
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that with the unemployment at an all time high, more and more people are paving the way for themselves.
One man, 33-year-old Ike Lekgoro, taught himself how to make shoes, belts, wallets and bags with genuine leather.
His story was shared on Twitter by social media user Blessings Ramoba on Monday.
Ramoba captioned images of Lekgoro's work:
"Ike Lekgoro a 33-year-old based in Burgersford Ga-Sekhukhune Limpopo. He is a self-taught cobbler who manufactures genuine leather shoes, leather belts and wooden leather bags.'
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