"I have always been passionate about self development, group dynamics, motivating and empowering others. I enjoy tackling women issues, building bridges of hope and healing between Africa&Europe and love to share knowledge on conscious living, advocating for climate justice and sustainability education. I am a firm believer of UBUNTU an African philosophy - I am because we are!!!!
I am committed to creating safe spaces and holistic events for individuals and group processes. To support them in achieving their desired goals and create a common vision in their communities, using indigenous wisdom and systemic therapies."
Ntokozo (Nonty) Charity Sabic is a South African currently living between Europe and South Africa, she is a workshop leader, dynamic Speaker with tremendous ability to touch people's hearts and souls. Her goal is to send a message of empowerment, service, indigenous wisdom, sustainable living and the importance of building community in modern Society. She motivates others to overcome difficulties and pursue their dreams, to create habits that inspire them to live better fuller and richer lives.
Initiated in the shamanic ancestral traditions of her tribe, she is also trained in various body therapies, studied Buddhism and practiced as a novice Buddhist nun, at the Mahayan Buddhist temple in South Africa, Bronkhorstpruit. She is a hospice counselor with a background in training, business and events management. Currently involved in various organisations that promote youth and women empowerment and advocating for African immigrants in Europe.
In 2010 She started AfroCroat a not for profit organisation focusing on building bridges between South Africa and Croatia. Since 2013 She has been involved with the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) which is a Network of ecovillages and sustainable communities around the world, where she is currently serving as a board member, and in the policy and advocacy group.
She is also a director of RISE (Revivers of Indigenous Spirituality and Ecosystems), an international organisation founded in 2015 in Senegal under a boabab tree to inspire leaders in reviving and empowering our earth based wisdom traditions to serve future generations, with a focus on traditions now rapidly vanishing and tackling CCC (climate change challenges). Under the umbrella of RISE she founded WISSA (Woman In Social and Sustainable Action) and she is also a member of the ILA (International Leadership Association).