NATIONPATH PAVING A WAY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
By: Nosipho Ntombela
Nationpath Media is an upcoming media enterprise that works with young people who are hungry for knowledge and power.
This television and media production company was established by a young man with a vision, Sizwe Ndima.
Ndima said that his wish is to work with young people, who are ready to achieve.
“I want to open a platform to groom young people. I do not care of colour, as long as they are dedicated and visionary,” said Ndima.
Ndima studied both at the Durban University of Technology and AFDA. He left before he could finish to pursue his dreams.
The team’s interests lie in young, talented and hardworking people.
Their target is the entertainment and digital media content market.
The team specialises in Digital Media content Market, Film and video recording, TV concepts, event management, video conferencing, live streaming, corporate videos, behind the scene event footage.
“What makes us different is that we do not just capture footage, we capture and edit our footage in such a way as to tell the true story and capture the essence of events,” said Ndima.
Ndima has also serve as the director of photography for few movies and documentaries; The Forbidden by Hakar.G Films, The Cobra, Waze wangenza malingana, King Dinizulu Documentary by Khubu Zulu.
He recently received a letter of official recommendation from the Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership at Rhodes University.
They hired Ndima as a camera assistant to work on a research documentary project funded by the Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA).
‘We enjoyed working with Sizwe, we did three location shoots and each time his work was sterling, he took initiative helping us organise equipment, characters and locations,” said
Johanna Mavhungu, researcher/ lecturer at Sol Plaatje Institute for Media Leadership in Rhodes University.
“He gave more than what was required. I have no doubt that he will excel in the future,” Mavhungu added.
NationPath Media is in partnership with Sky Imaging doing aerial photography and works closely with Old Mutual who are his major client. Ndima also works with SAPS, GNLD,
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife, Connecting Stars Band, and CCI.
The team is working towards their new project called Chill Spot.
“We aim to reach many young people. To capture their attention and make them speak up about all the challenges they are facing. We want to build a community of young successful people.
We have prepared questions that are relevant, exciting and extremely important to the public,” said one of the leading team members Lwandile Zulu.
Zulu told explained that they have prepared some of the following topics for the show; type of Relationships, peer pressure, self-empowerment, beauty, fashion, education, style and every other topic that makes young people tick.
“Chill spot will equip and sharp you mind positively,” added Zulu.
For more information people can visit their website NationPathMedia or click below to view their videos.