Sinikiwe is a motivational speaker and blogger who was born with dwarfism and without both wrists. She grew up in Rusape`s Gandanzara area and never lived with her parents as her grandmother took her when she was two years old.
She is the last child in a family of five and the only one with a disability, Sinikiwe Kademaunga attended St Faith’s Primary, which was close to where she lived and walked two kilometres every day to go to high school. Despite the distance, Kademaunga said that her academic life was comfortable for her regardless of her disability.
Nikki proceeded to do her Advanced Levels at the same institution and got 10 points, then she studied for a degree in Social Work at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
She is a disability advocate and a member of the African Women Leaders Network, Zimbabwe Chapter. She made up her mind to fight for the rights of people with disabilities, especially women, because she is a woman with a disability who must have experienced a lot of challenges and inequalities because of my gender and disability. Therefore, she intends to speak up for herself and other women in my community.