Amanda Sibiya

Content Strategist, Ghostwriter, Graphic Designer

Brand Specialist and African Storyteller passionate about the African Narrative.

Amanda Sibusisekile Sibiya is an African entrepreneur with a great passion for the African Continent. She believes there is an untapped and hidden narrative about Africa that has not yet been documented and has dedicated her life to telling these stories in whatever way possible. Born in South Africa and having travelled other African countries, she realized how much South Africa hadn’t retaliated against embracing a westernized culture, causing it to be less true to its African Heritage, which deepened her love and search for Africa’s Heritage.

Sibiya was not always a businesswoman but has always wanted to be the author of her own story and believed that it was never going to happen under someone else’s’ handwriting. With her background in studying animation, it taught her the fundamentals of storytelling and also the difference between reality and fairytales. Dedicated to writing her future, she embarked on an entrepreneurial journey which led her to running a brand agency she co-founded for 4 years, telling brand stories through visual designs, strategy and marketing. She simultaneously co-founded and ran a creative portfolio magazine which was dedicated to showcasing the creativity of Africa.
Her calling for the African narrative grew and ushered her to focusing only on being a missionary for the African narrative. Which became the birth of Hadithi Africa Media Group, a platform of her passion and one that would be vital in the preservation of Africa.
“The darkest thing about Africa has always been our ignorance of it”
- George Kimble
Today, Amanda’s personal mission has become to assist in decreasing this ignorance by educating a global audience about our beautiful continent, Africa. Hadithi Africa is one of the tools she hopes to document and showcase the authentic African Narrative, but this calling will not allow her to stop there.
Amanda considers herself to being an advocate and ambassador of Africa and strives to narrate the chronicles of Africa in all she does.
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Article, Infographic, Blog Post, Page Layout, Graphic
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Centre For Fine Art, Animation and Design , Multimedia
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Published Content

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hadithi.africa
Blog Post
A look at South Africa without Foreign Nationals
September 25th, 2019
hadithi.africa
Blog Post
Who Sold Out Black South Africans?

A political opinion piece on who I think sold out black South Africans. this is also based on research and not only opinion. I allow the reader to make their own conclusion, not forcing them to agree or disagree with me.

hadithi.africa
Article
Who does Africa really belong to?

A political opinion piece. Created for engagement written around the time the South African Election were underway. A lot of conflict was created with this piece.

hadithi.africa
Article
Is Africa’s heritage eroding at the expense of civilisation?

This was an opinion piece focused on the heritage of the African people and the culture eroding at the expense of civilisation. Published by Hadithi Africa; a platform for the African narrative.

July 2nd, 2019
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