Meet Sinikiwe Kademunga, Zimbabwean blogger born without arms and knees

Sinikiwe Kademunga is a Zimbabwean lady who was born with no arms and knees.

Where other people saw physical disability, Sinikiwe saw ability to be anything she can be in life.

To Sinikiwe, nothing is Impossible. She has broken barriers, faced discrimination but has gone ahead to run a blog against all odds.

Sinikiwe is striving to survive. She is determined to be happy no matter what. She doesn’t let her physical disability rob her of the will to live an impactful life.

Today, Sinikiwe is living her dreams. She is a living proof that nothing is impossible in life if you set your heart to do it.

Although she grew up with cultural, social and economic barriers, she doesn’t let them keep her down.

In 2016, Sinikiwe Kademunga won the Courage award for the Zimbabwe International Women’s Awards (ZIWA).

She is currently completing her degree in Social Work at the University of Cape Town.

Sinikiwe Kademunga also runs a blog called Life in the shoes of a short girl where she shares her life journey to inspire and mentor other young Africans like herself to be more confident in their own bodies.

Her Slogan is ‘Life of a Short Girl’. And she’s indeed Inspiring.

What is stopping you from achieving your dreams?

Why do you look down on yourself?

Why do you think you can’t make it in life because you were born into a poor family?

Why are you waiting for others to tell you how to live your life?

Do you have physical disability and you think you can’t make your own money?

Do you want to go through life average and a conformer?

No matter what you think is an obstacle to your greatness, learn from Sinikiwe Kademunga. She’s an inspiration and you need to draw strength from her story.

Nothing is impossible for you to achieve.

Kate

I am a writer, a journalist and phenomenal woman. I don't conform to societal stereotypes. I am passionate about women and the issues that plague womanhood in this part of the world. Engage and be awakened.

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2 Responses

  1. Helen Udunze says:

    She is inspiring indeed.

  2. Ebube says:

    This is very inspiring

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