They DON’T accept abuse

By Drum Digital
23 March 2012

They arrive one after the other, but while media personality Penny Lebyane and actress Thuli Thabethe show up alone, Nonkululeko Ndlovu, daughter of Muvhango founder Duma Ka Ndlovu, arrives with a camera crew, her younger brother and her assistant.

Chitchat about the day’s plans soon fills the room. Penny requests that we wrap up by 1 pm as she has to pick up her children from school. Thuli tells us she also has to go to school in the afternoon.

“I’m studying towards a qualification in brand communications at Vega,” boasts the 26-year-old, adding that she’s furthering her studies as she already holds a diploma in marketing management from Varsity College.

Meanwhile Nonku tells us about the great publicity her latest venture has enjoyed.

‘I Don’t is not just a film but a movement,” she beams. “It aims to spread the word about issues that affect families. We want to facilitate dialogue and open communication between parents and children.

“The movement has given me the opportunity to discuss things with my parents that I never thought I could.”

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