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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. #day25 of #pridemonth2020 and honouring Semakaleng Sma Mothapo!

Soon to appear as a guest host on a show on SABC 2, i have been blessed to be on her presence last year and must say her grace is admirable.

When you combine civic leadership and entrepreneurship you get semakaleng mothapo commonly know as "sma". Sma is a born and bred Belabelian, she has been shaped by the context of a divided and unequal society;

The on-going struggle for social justice and inclusion; the journey towards body reconsiliation,soul, spirit, gender identity and sexuality.

She has a BA(Hon) Degree in social work from the university of South Africa and short courses in small business development from small Enterprises Development Agency and she is a model and a 2018 Mandela Washington fellow from the university of Nevada school of business at the United States of America.

She is the 2019 Victory Triangle Political Leadership fellow.her career has straddled both small business and the 2020 Isibindi Changer Maker fellow.

She joined the social services profession in 2009 and has worked in various projects such as HIV/AIDS, poverty alleviation, Skills development to Gender&sexual diversity programmes.

She ventured into entrepreneurship in 2015 with a focus on property and township tourism as a way of contributing towards the economy of South Africa and mitigating the prevalence of unemployment in South Africa with more emphasis on young men and women regardless of their sexualities and gender indetities.

She is the founder & Director of an enterprise called M court which s based in Bela Bela, and is striving to be the leading enterprise around the globe which provides high quality tourism venues and activities in townships and villages while promoting those remotes areas as a tourist destination.

Source: opera.com
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