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Khanyi Dhlomo

Excellence Personified

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From being the first black news anchor on SABC1 to becoming one of the most powerful women in the media industry, Khanyi Dhlomo has always carved a path of her own.

MEMORABLE MOMENTS

1995 - Dhlomo was appointed editor of women's magazine True Love. During her tenure, the magazine doubled its readership figures and was among the top magazines in South Africa. 

2003 -  She then relocated to France with South Africa's Tourism Board in Paris. Among her responsibilities was to show South Africa off to the French market.

2005 - Dhlomo enrolled for an MBA at Harvard Business School. It was during this time that she planned her comeback to South Africa's media industry.

2007 - Ndalo Media officially opens its doors with Dhlomo as its founder and CEO. That November, DESTINY magazine publishes its first issue. 

2017 - Dhlomo celebrated the company's 10-year anniversary. It now has DESTINY MAN, Sawubona, Elle, Elle Decor and custom titles in its stable. 

Persist until you see progress and then continue to persist until you see the pinnacle.

Khanyi Dhlomo