Lwazi

Never too much for a true leader like Lwazi #YouthLedChange

By enke Team | 13 September, 2017 | 1 Comment

Never too much for a true leader. By Thabang Matona Exhaustion, fatigue, lethargy –when does it get enough? When can a human being get so tired of doing that they just cannot do anymore? “Never!” says Lwazi Knowledge Khumalo (19). This young trailblazing ground-breaker is proof that people can do, do again and continue doing.…

Sthembiso

Sthembiso’s Non-Stop Leadership #YouthLedChange

By enke Team | 13 September, 2017 | 0 Comments

Non-stop leadership  By Thabang Matona They say the strength of any tree is in its roots. This is true on both the physical and philosophical level. This very same principle applied when the founders of enke: Make Your Mark took in the very first enke: Make Your Mark class. This class has many untold stories…

Tebogo

Unleashing Tebogo’s Unexpected Potential #YouthLedChange

By enke Team | 13 September, 2017 | 0 Comments

Unleashing Unexpected Potential -By: Katlego Llale Sometimes we find our potential in the least expected ways. That’s exactly what happened to Tebogo Mogakwe (25)—who successfully implemented his own small business when he had firmly believed he could never follow such a path. All he wanted was to actively bring change into communities around him, but never imagined…

Boitumelo

Boitumelo: the Rising Star of Lamula Jubilee Secondary School #Youth-led Change

By enke Team | 13 September, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Rising Star of Lamula Jubilee Secondary School : Boitumelo’s Story. By: Virginia Mashiane Boitumelo Rammego is passionate pioneer from Lamula Jubilee Secondary School in Meadowlands, Soweto . She joined the enke: Make Your Mark family in 2016, after her mentor had introduced her to the Trailblazer Program, and brought along with him application forms for…

Lwazi

enke Alumni aspiring writers of #YouthLedChange

By enke Team | 13 September, 2017 | 0 Comments

enke Alumni aspiring writers of #YouthLedChange The circle turns for three young enke alumni who are aspiring writers, tapping into their journalistic potential by capturing and writing insightful articles on youth who are leading change for themselves and in their communities. Katlego Llale, Thabang Matona, and Virginia Mashiane first joined the enke family in 2015-16. Today they…