Jerusha Sukhdeo-Raath is joined via Skype by Molemo Kgomo and Mpumi Motsabi, the creative and business brains behind the Ntomb'entle Dolls.
Each carefully crafted doll represents a South African culture. Kgomo says she began creating the dolls in 2005 when she realised she could not find a doll her daughter could identify with.
Motsabi knew she wanted to become involved with Ntomb'entle Dolls the moment she saw one.
She says the dolls help black South African girls to love themselves by playing with the dolls: "They can love the features that their dolls have; the brown skin - they'll learn to love that as well!"
This Zulu girl is my favourite from the Ntomb'entle Dolls (I was born in KZN, after all!) Interview on News24 soon. pic.twitter.com/GKTl3gcKY1— Jerusha Raath (@JerushaRaath) March 18, 2015