Win double tickets to ‘The Witness’ Women’s Breakfast

2011-08-23 00:00

FIVE sets of double tickets to the The Witness Women’s Breakfast are up for grabs.

The event will take place on Friday at Sinodale Centre.

This year we present Dorah Sitole, head of Media 24’s developing markets’ books division and former editor of True Love magazine; SA Air Force Captain Laura Ilunga, who flies an Oryx chopper in mountain rescues, off-shore rescues and fire-fighting among other daring missions; and Iris Francis, daughter of South African struggle veteran Morris Fynn, who recently addressed the UN Commission on the Status of Women in Africa Forum 2011.

Francis is the internal communications and corporate social investment manager for the McCarthy group.

Ingrid Roberts will be the programme director for the day, and guests can expect an exciting programme that will put a lot into perspective.

The event is sponsored by Sanlam, uMgungundlovu District Municipality and Ukhozi FM.

The sponsors are over the Moon about the event and the different topics the speakers will address.

Sitole will be speaking about how women should balance their way to the top. Francis will focus on moral leadership in the 21st century, while Ilunga will talk about the influence of a woman in society.

Seats are selling fast, so book right way to avoid disappointment.

Tickets at R120 include tea, coffee and a muffin on arrival, a mid-morning finger breakfast and a goody bag.

The event starts at 8 am for 8.30 am and runs to noon.

To win double tickets SMS “Witness Women” followed by your name and surname to 32697. SMSes cost R1,50.

Winners will be announced in tomorrow’s Witness.

Call Mary-Lynn at The Witness at 033 355 1110 to book your place.

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