South African receives international award for social activism

South African receives international award for social activism

Meet Amonge Sinxoto - a founder, global teen leader, warrior for social change, and all-round inspiration

South African receives international award for social activism amonge sinxoto

The world would be nothing without those who are willing to put the needs of others first, those who are looking out for their fellow human beings and those who want to make the world a better and happier place.

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Amonge Sinxoto is one of those people.

Originally from Johannesburg, this young adult is taking the world by storm and people are noticing.

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Amonge is the founder of Blackboard Africa, a registered Non-profit Company (NPC) that she established in 2017 along with fellow youth activist and social entrepreneur Zingisa Socikwa.

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But that's not the only thing Amonge has been working on.

Others have noticed how she is using her platform and her voice for youth and social change.

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Eco-Age have chosen her to be a part of The Renaissance Awards film and be a recipient of the prestigious Renaissance Award for Socially Just.

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Although it is never truly about the recognition or the praise, it is wonderful to see a bright South African star like Amonge being honoured for her incredible work in such a special way.

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