A Heartfelt Thank You!

A Heartfelt Thank You!

We wish to extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our fervent followers! Womandla has had such an incredible year and would like to thank you all for the love and support in 2017.

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This year our numbers grew from 2446 to 2798 followers, just a short margin from our target.

We rebranded our logo to represent the meaning of Womandla. The fist, representing power and strength, and the colour lilac was used to bring a feminine element to the look.

We had the privilege to host Forbes International Business Coach, Tamiko Cuellar, for an e-Workshop on an online conferencing platform. She will be in Cape Town, South Africa in April 2018 to deliver a half day masterclass for businesswomen. More details to follow.

Our editor, Sam Gqomo, was invited to the United Nations for a Humanitarian Leadership Symposium. She represented Womandla in support of the Sustainable Development Goal 5 (Gender Equality and Women Empowerment).

In effort to increase our online presence, we joined Facebook and Instagram. Thank you for all the follows and shares. We were also featured in the Entrepreneur’s Magazine, where our editor spoke of the objectives and vision of Womandla.

So many women have approached us with their stories and yearning to promote the work they are doing in the women community at large. Thank you for engaging and collaborating with us. Let’s continue to do more and share more!

In 2018, you can look forward to more inspiring content, women’s health e-workshops, a Womandla High Tea in Johannesburg, South Africa and Breakfast in Port Elizabeth. We also hope to register Womandla as a social enterprise, and will take any help you may have to offer.

We are so excited to bring about positive change in women’s lives and join forces with others around the African Diaspora and the globe!

Have a wonderful holiday!

#Womandla

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Bloggerversary

It’s been one year! woweeeeee! *dusts shoulder*

I don’t know if I qualify to be called a “blogger” but I committed to something that gave me breathing space, restored my sanity and sometimes acted as a platform to vent. Thanks to all who (sometimes) “like” what I say and those who thought I was worthy enough for a follow!

I must be honest and say, it was never about you but now all I want to do is speak to you! You have taught me confidence of sharing, as I am a world class bottler of emotions and public smiler, so it’s always nice to know that I am not alone.

Stay Encouraged Cyberworld I hope to help you do so as well.

SammyG