Soirée comes to Bloem

2016-11-30 06:01

10 December

The Library Longtable Soirée comes to Bloemfontein for the long-awaited re-launch at 2nd Slice House Cafe and Home Bakery.

The event will be held on 10 December. It is aimed at creating an opportunity for women of all ages to come together in one room to share their experiences.

The event, which has already been held in Cape Town, will enable women entrepreneurs to share ideas with a host of businesspeople that include Bloemfontein-born photographer and businessman Max Mogale, Elle editor-at-large and writer, Malibongwe Tyilo, Smangele Mathebula, publisher and founder of Dibookeng, as well as writer extraodinaire Mmatshilo Motsei.

Two social entrepreneurs from Mangaung, Lerato Senoko and Segomotso Motsumi, will share their individual experience at the re-launch.

For details and bookings, contact Palesa Motsumi on 076-071-9137 or Lerato Senoko on 072-698-7438.

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