Sinikiwe Kademaunga is a 26 year old lady from Zimbabwe. She is a social worker, disability rights activist and a confidence coach. Sinikiwe holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
She recently founded a life coaching organization that focuses on young people’s personal development and building confidence.
Sinikiwe is a transformational speaker who empower, motivate and equip people using her own personal life story of being born a rejection because of her disability. She was awarded a courage award in 2016 from Zimbabwe international Women’s Awards for sharing her story.
She has over 2 years of experience as a confidence coach and transformational speaker. Sinikiwe has successfully done personal development programs in schools, churches and organizations around Zimbabwe.
Sinikiwe has been featured on different media platforms like BBC, Barcroft TV, people magazine etc., for her advocacy work. She believes that nothing should stop us from achieving our goals whether a disability, family background or any circumstance.
Recently she was listed on NegusUnder30 as one of the young people under the age of 30 who are impacting lives in Zimbabwe. Sinikiwe is so passionate about impacting people through their self-development. She has proved that nothing is impossible in life as long you put your mind to it.