TEDxPretoria : LET’S TRAVEL AFRICA BY SINDI BUTHELEZI

TEDxPretoria : LET’S TRAVEL AFRICA BY SINDI BUTHELEZI

When you think about travel, is Africa the first destination you think about? Sindi Buthelezi takes us on a journey which explores Africa and why we should all travel there at least once in our lifetimes. Sindi Buthelezi is a seasoned traveller, creative entrepreneur and self-taught photographer based in Arcadia, Pretoria. She’s backpacked and travelled 10 African countries including Egypt, Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania and more.

This former IT Specialist is passionate about travel, the arts and the field of Anthropology. During her travels in Tanzania she met a gentleman by the name of Anyitike who introduced her to the art of screen-printing which then saw her birthing AzaniaZulu, a youthful, urban & multifunctional clothing brand born out of passion and love for the African continent.

She believes her life’s mission is to help rebuild Africa; with hard work & prayer she believes she can achieve this. Some of her travels are documented on www.azaniazulu.com/travel and through her forthcoming travel memoir. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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