Zaziwe Dlamini-Manaway is a South African fashion designer who works for Mandela Dlamini Associates and is best known for appearing on the reality television series Being Mandela, in 2013.
Dlamini-Manaway is the granddaughter of Nelson Mandela and Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and the daughter of Prince Thumbumuzi Dlamini and Princess Zenani Mandela. Her sister is Swati Dlamini.
Dlamini-Manaway was born in Swaziland and holds a BSc in Psychology from Clark University, USA. She is married to David Manaway and has a son, Ziyanda David Manaway.
Her career started off in Bennett College, Greensboro as an Assistant Teacher. She then worked for the Coca Cola Company in Johannesburg as an intern, assisting the CEO and working with the Human Resources Department.
Zaziwe gravitates towards nation building and has a transformational agenda in all she endeavours. This passion has led her to work for Seeds of Hope in Atlanta Georgia USA as a living specialist and has also been a Counsellor at Tara Hospital in Johannesburg.
Her keen interest in mentoring women has directed her in helping children who have been abused and campaigning against driving under substance influence. She raises funds for the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Zaziwe also holds Directorships, Board Memberships at Oxypite (a South African online gaming software supplier) and Mandela Dlamini Associates.