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Mfundisiwe: 'We cannot always be victims'

Determined not to let her leadership ambitions disconnect her from grassroots communities, will her nurturing ways win?
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2013 11:33
Mfundi ran her own consulting company in Johannesburg and has managed an empowerment programme [Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera]

Mfundisiwe Dlamini, a community liaison manager for mining multinational Richard Bay Minerals, is a bridge builder and peacemaker.

"We cannot always be victims."

- Mfundisiwe Dlamini, a community liaison manager

Mfundi ran her own consulting company in Johannesburg and has managed an empowerment programme.

She never wants her leadership ambition to get in between her and Africa's grassroots communities.

Will her nurturing nature always win through?


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