Women and what they do were honoured at a Women's Day event hosted by the Novalis Ubuntu Institute in Wynberg, on Wednesday August 5. The day was a platform for women across a variety of professions and interests to share their vision.
Guest speakers included women in leadership such as Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge who is the executive director of Inyathelo, and Cheryl Harper who is the founder of We Can Change Our World. Both spoke about the importance of collaboration in this world to ensure positive change.
Two poets shared their work - Ongezwa Mbele shared a moving poem written for the event, and Haroldene Tshienda recited.
KAREN KOIZE was there to take pictures.
- Alison Lazarus, guest speaker and managing director of the Zakheni Arts Therapy was one of the speakers.
- Charmaine Stephens and Nicky Vigeland enjoying the Women's Day event.
- Naren Sewpaul of Novalis Ubuntu Institute greets Elizabeth Bardin.
- Malindi Similo, Anelisa Pato and Michelle Fani, cast members of Egoli, currently at the Baxter Theatre, enjoy a light moment over muffins at Novalis Ubuntu Institute's Women's Day event.
- Miriam Platt and Fadeela Ally-Schmidt share a special moment of connection during the day's proceedings.