Ntsiki Mkhize is passionate about working with individuals and teams to inspire, connect and empower them to discover their purpose, and implement practical methods for personal and business success.
As Miss South Africa 2nd Princess 2015, Ntsiki focuses on coaching on personal branding, living on purpose and personal development.
Ntsiki is a self-published author and founder of MentHer. Her inaugural book My Hall of Mentors was released in 2019 with launches in South Africa and Scotland. In the same year she gave her first TEDx Talk at Cumbernauld Women and was featured as the youngest speaker at the International Speakers Summit and Epic Entrepreneurs Virtual Conference 2020.
She is the Co-Founder of The Princesses Foundation; Director at Pamanda Properties, Pamanda Farming and eKasi Entrepreneurs; Presenter and Content Producer for Basic* on MyBigStartup.com; Presenter on CareerConnect for Business DayTV as well as Host of That’s 20’s Podcast.
Ntsiki’s focuses on…
Helping individuals and teams discover their purpose
Set action processes to achieve goals
Getting entrepreneurs to focus on specific activities in order to move forward with their start ups
Helping corporates and incubators develop content and programmes, to support Entrepreneurs and their Enterprise Development Programmes.
Ntsiki Mkhize is the author of her soon to be published book: My Hall of Mentors: Lessons Learned Along the Journey of Success. In addition, she writes a Living on Purpose blog on her website She holds a B. Com Marketing Management and B. Com Honours Logistics Management from the University of Johannesburg, where she is the Ambassador for their Centre for Social Entrepreneurship.
Ntsiki believes in service and developing others and volunteers as a mentor at Phakama Women’s Academy and Hadithi Wethu.
Master of Ceremonies
Kingsmead Book Fair
Being the best that you can be, Up and At It panel discussion.
Creative Industry Imbizo
The Impact of the Copyright Bill hosted by the University of Pretoria Centre for IP Law, CAPASSO and Adams & Adams.
Joburg Entrepreneurship Fest
Hosted by the University of Johannesburg Centre for Entrepreneurship.
Science of Funding for SMME’s Think Tank
Hosted by the Dr Richard Maponya Institute in partnership with UJ Library and the Johannesburg Business School Centre for Entrepreneurship.
CFC Significance Women’s Conference
Hosted by Christian Family Church. Also hosted red carpet and performing a spoken word piece.
As an advocate for women empowerment she’s lent to voice to the events hosted by 1000Women1Voice with sponsors Raymond Ackerman Foundation and Avon Justine