Byline: Nhlambo Nonjabuliso

15 March 2024

Mrs Kathleho Lebaka-Ndhlovu, a native of eMbalenhle, is a dedicated and passionate advocate for women and children’s rights.

She is the proud founder and current chairperson of Lovely mommies, a reputable non-profit organization that focuses on empowering women and children in her community.

Mrs Lebaka-Ndhlovu’s primary objective through her organization is to promote and create respect, protection, and equal rights for women and children.

She firmly believes that every woman and child deserves to be treated with dignity and have access to resources necessary for their growth and development.

With her strong leadership skills, she strives to provide various platforms for these individuals to achieve their full potential.

Through Lovely mommies, Mrs Lebaka-Ndhlovu has created a safe space for women to share their experiences, receive support, and network with other like-minded individuals.

Her unwavering commitment to the cause has made a significant impact in the lives of many in her community.

Kathleho, also known as Kay, has recently been nominated as one of the finalists for the Mrs. Bold South Africa Pageant 2024.

Mrs Bold South Africa is a Pageant that celebrates the strength, resilience and wisdom of women who went through a journey that strives to motivate and build a community.

She described herself as a community builder and a giver.

I’m a community builder and a giver by heart, building the community and changing someone’s life either by motivating them or bringing the resources they need closer is my goal, giving hope to someone that yes there is hope after “obesity” and with this I would save someones life.

Kay also supports women and children suffering from mental, physical and sexual abuse, offers a safe haven for individuals who seek shelter from their abusers and regain control of their lives,

  • Offer emotional and social support to any women who request it, resident or otherwise, and offer support and after-care.
  • Undertake and encourage research into any of the factors that contribute to the inequality and subordination of women.
  • Undertake and advocate with government and non-government organisations the eradication of factors that contribute to the inequality and subordination of women through law, policy and institutional reforms.
  • Create an awareness and better understanding among individuals, public and relevant agencies on the issues of violence against women and the underlying inequalities.
  • Available and give a support system on telephone as well as social media to every woman and children.

To vote for Kay simply SMS BOLD TO 47439 at R3 per SMS, free SMSs do not apply.

Voting lines are currently open until 30 July 2024.