WOMANDLA X STER KINEKOR WINNERS

WE HAVE OUR WINNERS!

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Congrats to Xiane Francis and Lindiswa Nxesi! You have won DOUBLE TICKETS to The Spy who dumped me movie at ANY Ster Kinekor nationwide!

Please fill in the form and send us your email address and phone number and we’ll contact you!

Happy Women’s Month!

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WIN with WOMANDLA and STER KINEKOR

IT’S COMPETITION TIME!

This Women’s Month, two lucky Womandla subscribers stand a chance to WIN double tickets to the movie, The Spy Who Dumped me which opens NATIONWIDE on 17 August 2018!

Answer this easy question in the comment section to enter:

When is the opening date for the The Spy Who Dumped Me at Ster Kinekor?

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T’s and C’s:

Competition ends 24 August 2018. Winners MUST be blog subscribers and will be contacted thereafter.

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Hidden Figures x Womandla Campaign

.I have been waiting for this movie to come out since I heard about its power and influence. It will be on the big screen as of end February 2017.

Brief Synopsis:

“The film shares life of mathematician Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), budding engineer Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae) and computer supervisor Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) — all three brilliant African-American women working at NASA, who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence, turned around the Space Race, and galvanized the world. The visionary trio crossed all gender and race lines to inspire generations to dream big.”

Anyone in the Cape Town area keen to come together and watch the movie, please respond in the comment section below. If you aren’t in Cape Town but will be watching the movie take a picture, post it on Instagram and hashtag #HiddenFiguresxWomandla and/or cc me @sam_gqomo.

I’ll be creating a collage of all the women in South Africa coming together and celebrating womxn all over the globe.

Let’s go viral and take South Africa by storm.

Watch the Trailer below, book your ticket and grab some popcorn!

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DJ with a difference- Rudzi Sadiki

I caught up with Rudzi Sadiki, a well traveled, tall, dark  bloke who can speak nine languages, as described by himself. I’m pretty sure he left out the word “handsome” to not pose as a triple threat to guys out there, but went on to say they write fairytales about him. I don’t know who “they” are and if you want to know, perhaps you should follow him on Twitter. We chatted about his music addiction and  journey through life as a newbie in the industry and touched on elections, for control .

 

SS: What is your greatest achievement to date?

Rudzi: My greatest achievement was being the resident DJ on SABC 1’s hit music show Jika Majika in 2011

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SS: What are your views on women entering the DJ/Music industry world?

Rudzi: There is a increasing number of very talented ladies entering the music industry. Its only a matter of time before they can shine and show that the industry is very open to female producers, deejays and vocalists. The likes of Dj Zinhle, Dj Sue, Miss Pru, Ms Cosmo and Lady Lea have done it and are key examples.   

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SS: If you weren’t dj-ing, how would you be spending your time?

Rudzi: I would be working as a designer or scoring movies and short films for local production companies

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SS: What motivates you?

Rudzi: I hate losing so everything I do I try not to disappoint myself or anyone that supports me.

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SS:  Our fifth national and provincial elections came and went, any comments about “born free-dom”,  South Africans, democracy?

Rudzi: Politics are personal and emotional for most people so the most important thing was for people to exercise their right by voting and contributing towards the future of South Africa. You can’t complain if you didn’t vote

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Thank you Mr DJ for playing along! (My Brenda Fassie rendition LOL)

Anyway, Rudzi is based in Durban and can sometimes be spotted in Johannesburg. For more artistic expression and picking of his right-side of the brain, check out his Tumblr .