Scado Mkhondo is an excellent communicator who has aspirations to pursue different avenues within the media space including advertising, acting, modelling, TV and Radio presenting.
Her dream is to be a public figure and to use her disability to inspire fellow South Africans to follow their dreams no matter what their challenges are in life.
Scado was born with a disability known as Ataxic Cerebral Palsy. She attended the semi-private school Muriel Brand for learners with special needs where her multi-lingual skills were developed, learning to speak Zulu, English and Afrikaans fluently.
She graduated from Damelin Bramley in TV and Radio Presenting, she also graduated from Star Quality in Drama. She’s developed a strong commitment to advocating for the equality of persons with impairments through media.
Scado is a Champion for the rights of Persons with Disabilities who uses her platform to be a voice for change. She especially loves advocating for the rights of Children with Disabilities.