Norma Mngoma Announces Her New Appointment At BRICS CCI Young Leaders. They say when a woman cuts her hair, she is about to change her life for the better! In August 2020, Norma Mngoma, took to social media to re-introduce the woman that she is today. She gave her expensive wigs a rest, and went all bold with a blonde short hairdo. One of the major things Norma did, was to drop the Gigaba surname and stick to her maiden name.
Indeed we began to see some major changes in her life despite the fact that she was going through tough times. One of the most positive thing, Norma did was to launch her own foundation in November 2020. The Norma Mngoma Foundation, is all about helping young people in South Africa. She partnered with Business Mentorship Summit, and together their goal is to groom young people to be business minded, and build more entrepreneurs in the Southern Continent.
Norma’s quest to help young people in this country still continues. She has just been appointed as a steering committee member of the BRICS CCI Young Leaders South Africa chapter. BRICS is made out of five countries being Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a parent organization which promotes commerce and industry in the BRICS nations.
Congratulations are in order to Norma on this new post. We cannot wait to see her change the lives of many young people across the country and beyond. Despite her current personal woes, she is doing her best to rise above it all.
“When God says Yes to your name🙌🏼🙌🏼🙏🏽, so honored by this invitation and those who always believe in me. Now it’s time to go serve and change the lives of our youth in Brics countries,” Norma announced her new appointment.
BRICS CCI Young Leaders is an integral part of BRICS CCI, as a global platform for Young Leaders to realize the dream of a developed nation. Through its programs and initiatives, it will reach out to millions of youth across the country. BRICS CCI Young Leaders will hold numerous activities each year under the pillars of Youth Leadership, Nation Building and Thought Leadership, and connects with students through its institutional network.