Event held to celebrate women

2015-09-02 06:00

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PULENG MARCH promises to dazzle aboMakoti’s (daughters-in-law) and engaged women at the upcoming Makoti Enkosini women’s event at the AFM Phomolong church this Saturday (05/09).

Puleng March is a Kimberley-born singer, actress and song writter who has won awards in two categories at the Metro FM music awards with her Thaba Tshweu album in 2006: best newcomer and best female vocalist. Being a makoti for over five years herself the Joyous Celebration singer said: “We will be celebrating each other as women by encouraging, empowering and motivating women.”

She says the aim of the event is to build marriages by helping women to be strong in their homes, businesses and the society. “You build a woman, you build a nation,” she emhasised, while highlighting that Makoti enkosini is governed by biblical principles. The event will see powerful speakers like past. Nthabiseng Mochoari from Bloemfontein deliver motivational speeches and will further be graced by the presence of young Makoti Ncebakazi Msomi from Joyous Celebration. Local singer Pinky Tollie will also be ministering in song. Women are invited to come and sell their wares at the mini flea market and to support each other’s businesses. Tickets are R100 and R150 for VIP’s

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