Zinhle is a health and women’s writer for the Sowetan newspaper.
She has a background in magazine and newspaper writing, having gained her journalism diploma from the Durban University of Technology.
Her short stint at Enterprising Women entailed writing articles on the empowerment of women in both public and private sectors.
After years in the magazine industry, Zinhle joined the Sowetan where she has worked both as a news and health reporter. She has recently been appointed acting women’s editor.
In 2007 Zinhle was awarded a Panos/Stop TB fellowship.
Zinhle on AfricaVox:
> Return to Mazista: a South African village recovers its health
> South Africa: the HIV waiting game
> Fear and stigma in rural South Africa
> “We need the G8’s help in the fight against poverty and HIV”