Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi Voted 2017 Most Influential Young South African

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Economic Freedom Fighters’ National Spokesperson, Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has been voted the 2017 Most Influential Young South African in one of the most credible and respected annual ranking polls organised by internationally reputed rating establishment, Avance Media.

Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi who takes over from media personality Trevor Noah, (the 2016 Most Influential Young South African) is the National Spokesperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters party. In 2017, he obtained his PhD in Political Sociology at the University of Witwatersrand and as a member of South Africa’s National Assembly, sits on the Portfolio Committees of Telecommunications as well as Communications. He became to be actively engaged in politics, as an activist during his years as a student at Wits University and is also a former member of the African National Congress Youth League.

The poll which drew public participation from over 90 countries also voted Mamelodi Sundowns’ Percy Tau, Model Nomzamo Mbatha, Medical Doctor, Dr Sandile Kubheka, and Musician Cassper Nyovest among the top 5 most influential young South Africans respectively.

Model and Actress Nomzamo Mbatha was also voted as the Most Influential Young South African Woman.

Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media says he hopes the annual polls will inspire young people to create a positive environment that will encourage other South African youths to excel in their various endeavours.

See winners in the various categories below:

  1. Business – Nontokozo Madonsela, MMI Holdings
  2. Entertainment – Cassper Nyovest, Musician
  3. Law & Governance – Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, EFF
  4. Leadership & Civil Society – Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, 2017 Miss Universe
  5. Lifestyle – Nomzamo Mbatha, Model
  6. Media – Trevor Noah, The Daily Show
  7. Personal Development & Academia – Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng, Public Speaker
  8. Science & Technology – Dr Sandile Kubheka, Medical Doctor
  9. Social Enterprise & Philanthropy – Mabutho Mthembu, Youth Managers Foundation
  10. Sports – Percy Tau, Mamelodi Sundowns

Below is the Official 2017 Ranking of Avance Media’s 100 Most Influential Young South Africans

  1. Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi
  2. Percy Tau
  3. Nomzamo Mbatha
  4. Dr Sandile Kubheka
  5. Cassper Nyovest
  6. Trevor Noah
  7. Mabutho Mthembu
  8. DJ Zinhle
  9. Bonang Matheba
  10. Caster Semenya
  11. Lethabo Motswaledi
  12. AKA
  13. Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng
  14. Bokang Lemaoana
  15. Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters
  16. Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh
  17. Botlhale Boikanyo
  18. Tiyani Majoko
  19. Babes Wodumo
  20. Thabo Msibi
  21. Nontokozo Madonsela
  22. Sylvester Chauke
  23. Wayde van Niekerk
  24. Amanda Black
  25. Tebogo Ditshego
  26. Raymond Ledwaba
  27. Catherine Constantinides
  28. Itumeleng Khune
  29. Anele Mdoda
  30. Gift Lubele
  31. Kagiso Rabada
  32. Erna Basson
  33. Dikeledi A. Mokoena
  34. Vumile Msweli
  35. Vukile Manzi
  36. Khethi Ngwenya
  37. Lynette Ntuli
  38. Fulufhelo Ramulifho
  39. Jessica Nkosi
  40. Pearl Thusi
  41. Sophie Kanza
  42. Nasty C
  43. Dr Nokwethemba M.-Hadebe
  44. Nthabiseng Mosia
  45. Lebang Nong
  46. Faith Mangope
  47. Madoda Khuzwayo
  48. Pearl Modiadie
  49. Busisiwe Selesho
  50. Maps Maponyane
  51. Andile Jali
  52. Faraimose Kutadzaushe
  53. Luyolo Mphithi ‎
  54. Achumile Majija
  55. Thando Thabethe
  56. Thato Kgatlhanye
  57. Tefo Tlale
  58. Zulaikha Patel
  59. Dr Yudhvir Seetharam
  60. Akani Simbine
  61. Yolanda Zoleka Cuba
  62. Berno Potgieter
  63. Doug Hoernle
  64. Mukovhe Morris Masutha
  65. Koketso Moeti
  66. Emmanuel Bonoko
  67. Bongani Baloyi Midvaal
  68. Bontle Modiselle
  69. Mabine Seabe
  70. Allegro Dinkwanyane
  71. Ntando Duma
  72. Asanda Sizani
  73. Roger Goode
  74. Evans Manyonga
  75. Phumlani M. Majozi
  76. Tumi Voster
  77. Marcus Swanepoel
  78. Thabo Makhetha
  79. Karen Nadasen
  80. Hlomela Bucwa
  81. Loyiso Gola
  82. Amanda du Pont
  83. Trevor Wolfe
  84. Anatii
  85. Maya Wegerif
  86. Bongani Zungu
  87. Khanya Mkangisa
  88. Patson Malisa
  89. Rich Mnisi
  90. Matt Putman
  91. Frederick Bohasu
  92. Sanele Junior Xaba
  93. Tahir Sema
  94. Emtee
  95. Elaine Bergenthuin
  96. Sushila Dhever
  97. Eugene Khoza
  98. Dean Furman
  99. Rushil Vallabh
  100. Thulani Serero

One Reply to “Dr. Mbuyiseni Ndlozi Voted 2017 Most Influential Young South African”

  1. DEAR SIR …
    it is discerning for me that a white lady Yvonne Bergh who is working at an African pre school (PHAPHAMA PRESCHOOL) in Koppies Freestate without the necessary qualification as per government requirements. this lady only has a standard 8 qualification and no other training. This lady does not speak any African language and can barely speak English. it is expected from her to teach the youth English. She relies on you tube for her to do her job. On top of everything she gets a higher salary than her African co workers without them knowing about it. when she signs for her salary they change the books so that the other workers does not know about it. this is not acceptable. can i ask you to please attend to this serious problem.
    kind regards

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