President of the Organisation of Women in International Trade-Zimbabwe
Sitshengisiwe Ndlovu is the founder and current President of the Organisation of Women in International Trade-Zimbabwe (OWIT -Zimbabwe) an affiliate of OWIT International. Tshengi (a shorter version of her name) is an ardent believer of inclusive trade as an instrument that can effectively turnaround most of Africa’s economies and is the advocate of the AfCFTA as the conduit that will ensure that none is left behind.
She is a Customs and Trade Expert having worked extensively for the Government the of Zimbabwe before joining the private sector. As a National Consultant she has worked with the WTO International Trade Centre and UNDP ESwatini. She has also done a research project on gender for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe.
As an avid reader and writer she has two books in her stable; Red Soils sold through Amazon and Who will Feed My Birds shortlisted in the prestigious National Arts Merits Awards. She also writes for the national business weekly the Herald.
Tshengi holds a Masters in Business Administration and was selected to participate in the First UN Working Group on Women and the Changing Workplace in Addis Ababa in 2019.