Top Five Fridays: Women creatives to look out for

by: Tshepiso Sibeko - 5 October 2018

Top Five Fridays: Women creatives to look out for

It doesn’t get any fresher than this

South Africa has seen a wave of woman creatives on Instagram, Facebook and various other social media platforms. We’re focusing on a few woman creatives who are producing kick ass content. This is our Top Five.

See anyone that you feel deserves a shout out? Hit us up in the comments or on our Twitter or Facebook pages.

No. 5 Bandy Bandy

As far as fashionistas go, Bandy Bandy is killing the game. Her fashion sense combined with creative photographic presentation which is extremely textural gives a new meaning to fashion. Her outfit combos look effortless but still  exciting to look at. Minimalistic but at the same time full of colour and personality.

N0. 4 Amantle Nkwada

Born in Botswana, Amantle has lived most of her life in South Africa. This eighteen year old entrepreneur, model, visual artist, recording artist and fashion designer champions her own brand called ‘Empressebymila’. She started it after dropping out of The Wits School of Architecture and Planning . The brand aims to put the spotlight on societal issues.he also produces artworks that convey a message against societal aesthetics.

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empresse jacket x matching set (outfit from @inchub_plk fashion show: 05/10)

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No. 3 Wendy Ntinezo


Founder, Producer and Executive producer of “Conversations we never had”, a YouTube channel with various episodes that delve into the deep subject matters including spirituality and perceptions people have about God. Her warm and graceful presence equalled with the unpretentious conversations we never have, are a much needed combination in this fast paced, money driven society that we live in.

No. 2 Belinda Phofu

A presenter at @blacknation_za , a video network that defines itself as ‘poplitacal’ and documents African youth culture. On her latest project, ‘Unpacked’,a talk show on YouTube where interviewees are unpacked. She is known for her jewellery brand @siicjewelry. SIIC is short for “style is incalculable” has an alternative feel to it with pieces that are innovative by design.




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No. 1 Tumi Matha

With the advent of Spring and more sunny days, Tumi is the plug. In an industry flooded with eyewear brands, Tumi stands out. The owner of Suicidal Eyewear has taken a different approach to doing what you love and still securing the bag while doing it.