Dhlomo began her media career as an award-winning television news and lifestyle anchor, followed by an eight-year stint as Editor of the women’s magazine True Love, during which she doubled the publication’s readership and circulation. In 2003, she was named one of the most influential women in South African media by The Media magazine.
Following her editorship of True Love, she spent 18 months in Paris, France, as Head of SA Tourism and then completed an MBA at Harvard Business School, Boston, USA. She also holds a BA in Communications and Industrial Psychology from the University of South Africa and a certificate in Media Management from the University of Stellenbosch Business School, where she is a former Alumnus of the Year.
After returning to SA, she launched Ndalo Media, a joint venture between Media24 (one of SA’s leading media companies) and herself. Ndalo Media is a multi-platform media company that publishes DESTINY and DESTINY MAN magazines and websites. The company also consists of Ndalo Media Events and Contract Publishing, through which it publishes Sawubona, the in-flight magazine for South African Airways, among several other ventures.
In 2008 Dhlomo was nominated for the Vodacom Women in Media Awards.
In 2009 she received the Olay SA Iconic Woman Award in the Media, Arts & Entertainment category.
In 2010, she was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and she was also recently named one of Forbes magazine’s 20 Most Powerful Women in Africa aged under 40.
Inspired by both the business world and women’s empowerment, Dhlomo and her company support charities and organisations working with women, children and entrepreneurs. She also has private investments in property, retail and industrial packaging.