I’m devastated by the news of the closure of @_ndalo_media.
I’ve known and watched @khanyidhlomo
since our days at #Wits
where all all once failed but rose to fulfil our destiny. But it never ever deterred her as an ambitious young lady. She has always been the epitome of class, grace, diligence and ambition. As the youngest ever and most successful editor of @true
love magazine she has always taken the road less travelled, set the bar a little higher than many and worked harder. I know the passion, work and example you put into @_ndalo_media
Khanyi. Thus I know this decision, while difficult isn’t a failure but just a setback to begin again better. Its a journey all entrepreneurs can appreciate. It’s tragic in a time we moan about Africans not having a voice that among us we don’t have the wherewithal to help keep one such bright light burning. I belief in you and know you will rise again better and stronger. We need you. Onwards and upwards - Thebe Ikalafeng. #Repost @_ndalo_media
Statement from Khanyi Dhlomo: Founder & CEO of Ndalo Media:
After much reflection, I have taken the tough decision to close down Ndalo Media. At this point, my focus is on Ndalo Media's employees and stakeholders who have all made a significant contribution to the business over the years. Thereafter, my focus will shift to the next chapter which I'll share at the appropriate time. I'm thankful for the opportunity we've had to touch millions of lives through our work and to all who have supported our brands in various ways - Khanyi Dhlomo.