Leading personalities share insight

2015-07-29 06:00
Freshly Ground lead singer Zolani Mahola.

Freshly Ground lead singer Zolani Mahola.

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EAST Coast Radio invited four influential and dynamic speakers to help KwaZulu-Natal celebrate Women’s Month.

Author and Madiba’s assistant Zelda la Grange, Freshly Ground’s Zolani Mahola, award-winning ballerina Lorna Maseko and former Google SA boss Stafford Masie will share their insights at the FNB Business Women’s Breakfast at Durban’s ICC on 5 August.

La Grange will share heartwarming stories of life with one of the greatest men in the world. She served former President Nelson Mandela for 19 years until his death in 2013. Her memoir, Good Morning, Mr Mandela, was best seller of the year in South Africa in 2014.

As lead singer of Freshly Ground, Mahola has rubbed shoulders with some of music’s finest, but stays close to her South African roots.

Currently one of the judges on Sing Off SA, she will share how she juggles family and an international career.

IT innovator and former Google SA boss Masie is a celebrated strategist and one of the SA’s top forward-thinkers. He also knows a lot about the future of technology. Masie will share advice on how to navigate the challenging and fast-changing world of technology and the role his mother played in getting him to where he is today.

The business-savvy Maseko will talk about the challenges she faced as one of SA’s premiere ballet dancers. Her personal journey is nothing short of remarkable and inspiring.

The breakfast will be hosted by ECR’s Carol Ofori.

Tickets available at Computicket.

For more information visit www.ecr.co.za or www.fnb.co.za or www.gibs.co.za

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