"Because disruption is not so much about having the right prescriptions as it is about asking the right questions."

Zamandlovu Ndlovu is the deputy managing director of Livity Africa, responsible for its creative democracy work, which includes the #2X youth voting campaign.

She is one of the incoming board of governors at the Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection. She was previously a management consultant at Accenture, a director at the National Planning Commission’s Secretariat and was one of the co-founders of Youth Lab. She is the author of Bad Black’s Manifesto and writes a regular column for Business Day.

She holds a BCom in economics and econometrics from the University of Johannesburg and an honours in public policy and management from the University of Stellenbosch.

She is currently a Bertha Scholar, reading towards a master’s in philosophy in inclusive innovation at the UCT Graduate School of Business. She is a British Government International Leaders Programme alumnus (2014) and one of Finweek’s Top Women to Watch for 2015.

Find Ndlovu on Twitter: @jozigoddess