Women can change society

2016-07-07 06:00
;Uitenhage businesswoman Nonzwanga Thisani, is hosting a Women Enrichment Evening at the Uitenhage Town Hall on July 8th with the aim to encourage women to be the best they can. Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK

;Uitenhage businesswoman Nonzwanga Thisani, is hosting a Women Enrichment Evening at the Uitenhage Town Hall on July 8th with the aim to encourage women to be the best they can. Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK

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A Women Enrichment Evening, for women from all spheres, will be held tomorrow evening with the aim to motivate, assist, empower and refresh women to be the best they can be in our society.

It is organised by Nonzwanga (Sylvia) Thisani, a former educator and nowadays well-known businesswoman, caterer and owner of Rainbow Guest House & Tours.

“Women have the potential of changing our society for the better. Women can influence youth to be better and responsible citizens. Women can set high performance standards in the work area,” said Nonzwanga.

“This evening is meant to inject some motivation, empowerment and appraisal for what women have managed to do and encourage the ones that have thrown in the towel to get up and continue with the journey of purposeful living.”

The programme director is Linda Ntetha and guest speakers include Ms T. Stokwe, Colonel Mtwa, Pat Norris and Olwen Carson. There will be a marimba band performance from 17:30 to 18:00 prior to the start of the programme at 18:15.

The Women Enrichment evening will be held tomorrow evening in the Uitenhage Town Hall. The dress code is smart casual to formal. Tickets are R180 and available at Rainbow Guest House or at the UD News office.

  • For more information call 041 966 2310, 083 594 9310 or e-mail thisani@lantic.net

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