I am passionate about"Just because i grew up in a disadvantaged community doesn't mean I am
disadvantaged." I believe that Young people have the power to change and
create a positive change.
Living in one of the poorest township in South Africa, I want to be an
example to every young people that it can be done if I can write a book on my
smart phone what more can you do with all the resources.
ActionsI travel all over South Africa to encourage young leaders from disadvantaged
communities that it can be done. We are the solution that the world needs.
Motivate teens and young adult to take a stand and make a difference, be
respected citizen in the community and achieve they dreams in life. I am
willing to do whatever it takes to make someone achieve his or her dream. As
young people we are have a bright future ahead of us. Our problem we lack
courage and Faith. As the youth of South Africa we need to unleash ourselves
to find a brighter future.
Malibongwe Xaba is an ordinary young man with an extraordinary vision; he is
an energetic, inspirational speaker, and author of All things are possible
and Born to leave a legacy, who have worked with young people all over World.
Malibongwe has proven that ‘All things are possible’, he is One Young
World Ambassador and has shared an international stage with the likes of Mary
Robinson (Ireland first Women president), Kofi Annan and Sir Bob Geldof in
He is a Mail & Guardian Top 200 Youth South African 2015 in Art & Culture and
Nominated for Young South African of the Year for the ANN7 South African of
the year awards.
Despite having grown up in one of the poorest townships in South
Africa-Lindelani in Durban, Malibongwe’s message, always delivered with
power and passion, is consistently one of self-love, self-belief, possibility
and positive expectation. I am just an ordinary young South African with a
mission to change the World.