SA Heroes Awards 2021 Nominees Announced


Nominees for South African Heroes Awards 2021 have been announced. The awards which are in their 3rd year were launched in 2019 with the aim to celebrate unsung heroes.

“These awards recognise the work done by community heroes in bettering their people. It’s a token of appreciation for people who are doing amazing things and an expression that says we see you, we appreciate your work”, said awards founder, Amanda Matshaka.

In February the SA Heroes Awards (SAHAs) unveiled its first ever Ambassador, a youth activist and SAHAs 2020 finalist, Zoleka Monta.

A new category has been added this year, the Rural Development category, which saw a number of submissions for nominations. Other categories are Community Service, Women Empowerment, Youth Empowerment, Specialised Care, Community Health and Business Empowerment.

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Here is the list of nominees:


Sibabalwe Mda (Care for Girls Founder)

Helen Moseri (Keep a Child in School Drive)

Vuyani Nkalithsane (Elliot Maths teacher & Community Development worker)

Afika Ralgane (Sakhikamva President)

Kamogelo Lawrence Ramothata (Purpose Finders)



Tropics Business Summit


Masigide Consulting

Yolanda Mabuto

Bloom Inside Out

Limit Breakers Global Foundation


Nadine Clevely (Founder of Woman’s Warehouse)

Masego Moalosi (Founder of Masego Moalosi Foundation) 

Girl Power SA (Founder: Fezeka Motsatse)

Boss babes of South Africa (Kovini Moodley: CEO)


Kgauhelo Bailie (Founder of Belt Up Initiative)

Dikeledi Moabelo (Founder of House of Labron foundation)


Doctors Network (Co-founder Dr Nandipha Sekeleni)

Sunset Dentistry (Dr Kometsi Mokuele)


Thando Mtsweni (Deaf Awareness Initiative)

Lerato Morotolo (Warmth Is Comfort initiative)


No One Left Behind non-profit organisation (Onke Vulidobo Sitwayi)

Zukisani Ndwendwe (Rural Economy Activist)

Dumisani Ndobeni (Founder of Hope for the Needy)

Lend A Hand (Zimasa Binca and Zandile Ngcukana)

The awards will be held on September 25, 2021 and will be presenting an Honorary Ubuntu award to a celebrated community builder to be revealed at a later stage.

SAHAs are brought to you by Kingdom Helpers of Africa, a non-profit company in association with SA Positive News and sponsored by Mohlalefi Engineering. Media partners are Anointed MediaMosetsa Media and Elev8 Africa.

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