Chante Moore to uplift African women

By Drum Digital
28 February 2012

Internationally acclaimed singer, Chante Moore, is headed for South African shores.  She will be headlining and speaking at a Women's Mentorship Conference to be held on 14 April at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg.

An inspiring line-up has been assembled to speak at the conference. Together with  Chante Moore, Kate Bapela, the Chief Communication Officer at the IEC will form part of the programme.

The group of speakers will cover topics such as entrepreneurship, leadership, personal branding, the media, finance and investment with the aim of strengthening delegates in their careers, their relationships and the management of their health.

"This subject is very much aligned to our core vision of inspiring, uplifting, encouraging, educating and making a contribution to Africa and all Africans," said Zimkitha Rodolo, Managing Director of leading black-owned events and investment company Masbulele Trading, which is organising the conference and the concert.

Motivational speaker and former wife of Rhema church’s Pastor Ray McCauley, Zelda and Sonia Booth are also amongst many others that will speak at the event.

Tickets are available at Computicket and are R1, 500.00 for both the conference and the evening concert where Chante Moore will be performing. Tickets for the concert alone are R350.00

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