Dawn Women's Month Event

This year’s Dawn Women’s Month Event was a step up from last year’s Men­tor Meet-up event with even more lucky win­ners at­tend­ing, more spe­cial guests and more in­spir­ing speak­ers.

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Dawn kicked off the day by re­mind­ing ladies that the first step to ‘own­ing your day’ is to deeply mois­turise with Dawn, to en­sure a full 24 hours of silky soft, glow­ing skin with a beau­ti­ful, last­ing fra­grance.

Dawn also re­minded guests that they are en­ti­tled to dream big and should em­brace all op­por­tu­ni­ties to progress in their lives. MC for the day was gor­geous Pearl Mo­di­adie, who helped to fa­cil­i­tate the in­spir­ing con­ver­sa­tions among the re­mark­able women at the event.

Guests were treated to a se­ries of 4 panel dis­cus­sions with speak­ers in­clud­ing Dr Tshep­iso Ma­ten­tjie (psy­chol­o­gist and life coach), Doris Msibi (CEO of The Im­age Firm), Al­le­gro Dinkwanyane (Orgella Me­dia founder and CEO) and Kholofelo Se­latlha, (a med­i­cal doc­tor and ac­tress), as well as a host of other in­cred­i­ble speak­ers. DJ Zinhle also dis­cussed her new book (Meet­ing Your Power), all about women’s self-de­vel­op­ment and got the day go­ing with an en­er­giz­ing DJ set.

Mentorship was an im­por­tant pil­lar of the day and Ray­lene Martin of Getto Girls and the team from Dream Girls brought this home, mak­ing guests aware of the op­por­tu­ni­ties that ex­ist for them in this space.

At the event Vuyo Mh­lope, Mar­ket­ing Man­ager from BET Africa an­nounced a part­ner­ship with Dawn and Black Girls Rock which will send one lucky win­ner and a friend to LA for an all-ex­penses paid ex­pe­ri­ence to go the Black Girls Rock Awards cer­e­mony in 2019.*

Kholofelo Se­latlha, Dr Tshep­iso Ma­ten­tjie, Mimi Tha­bethe, Doris Msibi, Al­le­gro Dinkwanyane, Sphelele Mjadu

Ray­lene Martins, Ez­lyn Barends, Mma­batho Mok­iti

Event guest

Event MC Pearl Mo­di­adie

DJ Zinhle poses for self­ies with some fans at the event

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