Beauty in Bloom Ladies Breakfast

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BLOSSOMING into the month of September and in celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, we bring to you the Caltex Beauty in Bloom Ladies Breakfast powered by Express Employment Professionals.

The event takes place on September 5 at the Royal Agricultural Society, Members’ Terrace, from 8 am.

The breakfast is aimed at empowering many women across KZN by bringing together a morning of networking, motivational speakers, entertainment and a delightful breakfast.

Celebrate together, building relationships and seeking mutually beneficial collaborations from a diverse group of women, who are all successful in what they do.

It is the combination of all these magical ingredients that will sprinkle a glowing sense of empowerment and happiness to all guests at this event.

“Now, more than ever, there is a strong call-to-action to press forward and progress gender parity. A strong call to motivate, empower, uplift and celebrate #PowerfulWomen.

“We are honoured to have a panel of powerful guest speakers to share their personal stories. Included in this is Jailoshni Naidoo, Stacey Norman, Tanya Visser, Mbali Soga and Mel Klute. Not only will the morning be a motivating one, it will be one to remember,” said Stephanie-Anne Soogrin, event organiser.

TICKETS

Tickets are limited and are available via webtickets.co.za. Search the word “Caltex”. Tickets cost R250, which includes a goodie bag, breakfast and a ticket to The Witness Garden Show. If you would like to purchase a table (10 people) for the breakfast, contact Stephanie at Stephanie.Soogrin@media24.com or call 033 355 1167. Seats are limited.

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