Joy “Bossbee” Makate from the Free State in Virginia, currently in Johannesburg.
Women’s Day – Means honoring the great women of the past like Winnie Mandela, Mother Teresa etc. These are the women who stood by the truth and principles. As women we need to understand that we are capable to achieve our
dreams, this day should always be a reminder to us, that we are strong, powerful and wonderfully made. Our struggles and challenges don’t define us, God created us to overcome any hardship.
Lerato Ramathunya from Moruleng.
Women’s Day provides a specific and designated moment each year to
identify and celebrate the successful achievements of women. Through celebrating success, populations not only become more appreciative of
the role women play in contributing to society, but awareness and expectation
is increased that women will not be marginalized, discriminated against or absent from future successes moving forward.
Jones “LesMo” Molatlhegi from Moruleng.
Women’s Day – means hope and courage to stand for what you believe in and to be the change you want to see.
Daphney Majola from Moruleng.
One of the things which I love about Women’s Day is that it inspires so many panels and events where a light is shone on truly incredible women. Over the years I’ve found new role models and been really inspired by women who I may not have heard about if it weren’t for this annual celebration.”
Message of encouragement from our beautiful Singer, Songwriter –
Everything starts with a woman. Life starts with a woman. The greatest love of all starts with Her. Appreciating and loving everything that women give us each and every day is our duty. Let’s raise our glasses for the ladies!