BOAF Inducts Mr. Xolani Mdoda to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

Mar - 15
2019

BOAF Inducts Mr. Xolani Mdoda to Africa’s 10,000 Points of Light

“On behalf of the Banking on Africa’s Future [BOAF], it is my pleasure to welcome Mr. Xolani Mdoda to the prestigious 10,000 Points of Light [POL] being a community of individuals who are exhibit excellence in their professional and business endeavors,” said Ms. Nattaley Otto, a member of the BOAF initiative powered by The 1873 FM [www.the1873fm.com] and The 1873 Network [www.the1873network.org.]

Xolani has a Business Management and Entrepreneurship qualification, a marketing strategist by nurture but an Entrepreneur and Philanthropist by nature having been an Entrepreneur for the past 6 years. Xolani is the Founder of the Azania Chamber of Commerce as well as the Executive Chairman of Lwandle Lomnotho Foundation.

“BOAF is a niche African platform connecting Africans together. To me, it is a platform that Africa needs and it couldn’t have come at a better time. A network of people armed with ideals, plans and expertise so great to fulfill a change, than engage in dialogue alone. Proud and progressive Africans solving African problems, together,” said Xolani Mdoda.

“The future of Africa is not known but there are individuals that give us a glimpse of the true promise of Africa, the Africa we all want to see. By learning the lives of these individuals with the intention to share their story change is guarantees,” said Mr. Mawere Mutumwa.

“There is greatness in everybody but it is not every day that I meet a person who has consistently and diligently determined to be the best that he can be and even continue to give when he didn’t have much to part with. It is an honor to know Xolani,” says Nattaley Otto.

Thabiso Dlomo Xolani’s Mentee

“Xolani is a remarkable businessman and creative genius, who is passionate about the betterment of youth and women. With this skillset and humanitarian values, he has created an NGO which focuses on different ways in which he can help those previously disadvantaged. Working closely with him for years, and having a friendship for over a decade, I have seen how he balances his business mind with his caring heart.” said Gugu Mngadi the CEO of Lwandle Lomnotho Foundation

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