SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS: Mbali Ntuli Biography

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By Politicoscope May 17, 2017 12:30

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SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS: Mbali Ntuli Biography

Mbali Ntuli is a native of Kwazulu-Natal. A former Head Girl of Wykeham Collegiate in Pietermaritzburg, Ntuli holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree from Rhodes University.

Mbali Ntuli is a product of the DA Young Leaders programme, and was part of the 2008 stream. After graduating, Ntuli returned to KwaZulu-Natal, where she was elected provincial DA Youth chairperson. In that position, she helped the DA to build up their political presence in townships such as KwaMashu and Ntuzuma.

In August 2010 she was chosen as one of 5fm’s women of the month along with many other notable South African woman.

On May 18, 2011 Ntuli was elected as a councillor in the local government elections of that year.

Also in May 2011 Ntuli was named on of South Africa’s 200 young people to watch by the Mail and Guardian in their annual supplement.

Ntuli has also been named as one of the Top 40 power woman by the Destiny magazine a South African publication with a focus on women’s issues.

In February 2013 Ntuli was named a Trustee of C.R.O.W citing a passion for wildlife as reason for her acceptance of the position.

As of March 2013 Mbali Ntuli is an Alum of the prestigious IVLP Programme among alums such as Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, FW de Klerk, Julia Gillard and others.

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