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May 21st, 2014
Tumi Makgabo

Tumi Makgabo

Tumi Makgabo, AfricaWorldwide Media Founder and Executive Director

Tumi Makgabo, born in South Africa is a Journalist, Businesswoman and Entrepreneur.

Makgabo runs AfricaWorldwide Media, a company which aims to provide more opportunities for Africans to tell their stories through the production of development-focused content and the use of online platforms.

In addition, she is the founder of Tumi Makgabo Enterprises, which invests in opportunities throughout Africa.

Makgabo is an accomplished broadcaster in South Africa and for global news network CNN International.

Makgabo uses her voice on global platforms to advocate for action on some of Africa’s most pressing issues, particularly the empowerment of women and freedom of press.

Makgabo currently serves on the boards on Sun International, South African Tourism and Pink Drive and is one of the patrons of the Future of the African Daughter Project.

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