We are so excited to launch our Mentorship Programme this year!
Last year, we went on a search for passionate and successful women to mentor bright girls in the Langa community of Cape Town. Of the masses that took a keen interest, we decided on 15 ladies in Cape Town who will create and pilot our mentorship programme.
The response from the chosen High School learners and their parents, has been overwhelming! We will expose the young girls to various careers and vocations, assist in subject choice and support them as best as we can on their life journey.
We look forward to actioning our vision and mission which is to equip, inform and empower women in the African diaspora.
We were excited to officially launch Womandla last month. Our team put together such a great event which spoke of our vision, mission and objectives.
We had Vuyo Matu, MD of Voice of Africa Global Media, as our Guest Speaker. She spoke of Spiritual Intelligence being an imperative for business. She went in depth on owning our future and being responsible for the Africa we want to see.
After her enthralling speech, we had a panel discussion with accomplished ladies about opportunities for Africans in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
We are busy planning our mentorship programme for next year, and speaking to stakeholders and investors about the future of Womandla.
If you were at the event, you would know that we are in a season of birthing new things!
Thank you to Cape Town TV for covering the event.
We’re so EXCITED to officially launch the Womandla Foundation this Heritage Month.
We chose this month specifically because Womandla exists to shape the mind of the African Woman.
Our Guest Speaker will be Vuyokazi Matu, TV Presenter and the MD Voice of Africa Global Media.
We also have a panel discussion with incredibly successful powerhouses, speaking on Opportunities For African Women in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The event is by invitation only, however leeway to media representatives and bloggers will be made.
Please contact our Events and Publicity Manager, Liziwe: firstname.lastname@example.org should you wish to come on board as Media Partner.
Tonight is the final leg of the Forbes Masterclass Tour in South Africa! Cape Town tickets for the “Own Your Brilliance!” Master Class Tour with International Business Strategist & Forbes Coach are sold out!
Here’s to a great evening of learning, networking and partnering with each other!
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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!
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Rumbidzaishe Maisva, Womandla’s EXCO member and Quality Assurance Analyst at Open Box Software, shared her journey with young ladies as part of Women’s month.
Rumbi was recently invited as a guest speaker at the Women In ICT event held at College of Cape Town in Crawford, Cape Town.
She spoke about how her journey led her to IT and encouraged the younger girls in the audience which comprised of Grade 10-12 learners and some students from the college through her life story.
Amongst what she said to the girls was advice on how to enrich themselves by protecting their space and their time. To not allow negative energy in their space and to use their time in a way that they are enriched for the future.
She shared how her success story actually stemmed from failure. A failed module could have cost her her degree, but she turned that around to complete her degree and further her studies by doing her Honours – which fell short of a cum laude by 3%. The girls related so much to the story and reached out to her for more inspiration after her speech.
One of the young ladies even asked to interview her and she got the opportunity to ask her questions and find out more about her role in IT.
It sounds like not only the younger girls where learning from this seminar, Rumbi says she learnt so much too. The more experienced women in the field encouraged her to keep studying – acquiring international certificates and to keep hitting more milestones. Most of what they said was validation for what she is already embarking in.
Here’s to encouraging younger ladies to grow into empowered and confident women!
Our director, joined the Weekend Breakfast team on Cape Talk 567 AM to speak about the upcoming Forbes Masterclass and Womandla’s journey thus far.
Listen to the podcast online which falls under the Lead SA segment!
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