Businesswomen honoured at local event

2017-08-14 13:28
Morar Incorporated hosted a Women’s Day breakfast to acknowledge the contributions of business-minded women. Enjoying a cup of tea are (from left) Sameela Mahadea, Roshan Morar and Jennifer Reddy.

Morar Incorporated hosted a Women’s Day breakfast to acknowledge the contributions of business-minded women. Enjoying a cup of tea are (from left) Sameela Mahadea, Roshan Morar and Jennifer Reddy.

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Local business-minded women say Women’s Month is not just about celebrations but also a time for women to come together and empower each other.

On Fiday, the Pietermaritzburg Morar Incorporated chartered accountants firm hosted its annual Women’s Day breakfast at the Ascot Inn conference centre.

“The purpose of this annual event is to promote women in business and expose them to solutions on how to effectively run their business concerns and to effectively manage their fiduciary responsibilities,” said Ashika Bennie, a director at Morar Incorporated.

More than 100 business-minded women were at the event where they showcased their businesses and heard motivational and women’s health talks.

Addressing the guests, high court judge Thoba Poyo-Dlwati spoke about the “ultimate survival guide for a modern woman”.

Dr Kastruri Moodley spoke to the women about health issues and answered many questions and concerns raised by the guests.

Bennie said the women who were invited to the event were women who are “power houses and run their own businesses”.


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