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Come On! Join Us on an Exciting Journey Women Inspiring Women

Updated: Jan 26, 2022

Standard Bank KZN Top Business Women 2021 Webinar 2 September 6 pm to 7.30 pm Women Inspiring Women

What does it take to be an inspiring woman leader?

Meet Our Speakers

Esay Reddy

KZN Oils Celeste Esayvanie Sivalingum Reddy is an accomplished business woman with 30 plus years of experience in the petroleum, quick service restaurant, healthcare manufacturing, telecommunications and distribution industry. read more Catherine Clack Harvest Table The owner and founder of the Harvest Table, which is a family run business based in KwaZulu-Natal. The company provides health and nutritional products across South Africa. Catherine also educates clients on the importance of including these products in their daily lives. read more

Louisa Garland

Imperial Armour

Louisa Garland CEO of Imperial Armour takes a proactive role in being involved with all aspects of the company and in making quality and customer satisfaction a priority. Louisa leads her company in a professional and compassionate manner. read more

Femada Shamam TAFTA Compassion and commitment to providing uncompromised care for the elderly is core to the work ethos that has propelled visionary, Femada Shamam to the helm of Durban welfare organisation, Tafta. The organisation provides services and support to approximately 5500 people. read more

Fatima Moolla

SmartXchange Fatima Moolla joined SmartXchange in 2015 as centre manager at the newly established branch in Port Shepstone. This branch was a game-changer for the organisation as its reach was expanded away from an urban area to a small town. read more

Nozibele Sogoni

Nozibele Solutions Nozibele Sogoni whose first name means ‘be kind’ is the founder and managing director of Nozibele Solutions which was launched in 2013. She is a motivational speaker, SETA accredited mentor and coach as well as a trainer. read more

Dawn Dunn Rugby commentator and businesswoman Dawn Dunn wears many caps but the one she is most well-known for is ‘Rugby nut’. Her story is an incredible one. A previously disadvantaged black female who grew up during apartheid in a township, would not be your idea of the traditional rugby expert. read more

Portio Dlamini

Emakheni Cleaning & Industrial Solutions Portio Dlamini has a passion for making a difference in people’s lives. The Emakheni Group, a 100% female owned company was started by her in 2013 after she was exposed to cleaning contractors in the companies in which she was employed. read more

Judy Stuart Future Farmers Foundation

Judy Stuart, an award-winning Howick dairy farmer who has always had a passion for all things agricultural. Judy is one of South Africa’s most revered dairy farmers, contributing to farming publications, and representing South Africa at global conferences on dairy farming and agricultural innovations. read more

Samantha Watt

Say Watt Samantha Watt has a passion for influencing hearts and minds through the art of public relations. While her core business is public relations this includes marketing strategy, events, web development, social media and/or brand development and activation. She says, “We are idea generators and content creators. I love telling our clients that we are dream chasers.”read more

Inspiring new generations in South Africa (Guest Speakers) Clarissa Johnston and Laura Strugnell, 30 and 29 years old respectively, have recently returned from the Toyoko Olympic games where they competed in the artistic swimming event as a duet. Both swimmers came out of retirement to qualify and compete for the event while holding down fulltime jobs for most of the preparation time. The Games was their first international senior competition together. The pair were coached by Vicky Drinkwater and twotime Egyptian Olympian Reem Abdalazem. Read More

Marlene Powell The webinars on will be facilitated by Marlene Powell who is an award winning ActionCOACH franchisee and an international certified business coach. As business owners, we wear many hats in business simultaneously. Whilst we love the craft of what we do best, as an engineer, financial advisor, accountant, lawyer, hairdresser, technician, coach, to mention a few, we need to ensure that we focus the right amount of time on these hats.Read More

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