Stories of blood, sweat, and success from women worth listening to - this is a mentorship series, a coaching series, and involves only the crème de la crème of female executives and leaders across business and industry.
English South AfricaBusiness · CareersAuthored by Hosted by Hlubi Mboya-Arnold / Produced by Gareth Armstrong
Meet the #PowerWoman who is a South African Champion Powerlifter, has multiple degrees, and is now the CEO of a business in an industry she knew almost nothing about just over 18 months ago. How does Tanya van Lill - CEO of SAVCA - do it?
This #PowerWoman podcast is dedicated to understanding how Candy Tothill Kruger, the GM of Corporate Affairs at Tsogo Sun - a JSE-listed company - was able to go from being an HR administrator all the way to the role she now fills, where she uses millions in budgeted money to…
Hlubi Mboya Arnold connects with the Co-Founder of We Think Code, and Entrepreneurs Organisation Accelerator Programme graduate, Arlene Mulder. As women of influence, they unpack the barriers of leading a revolutionary tech institution dedicated to deliver SA's top human potential. They also discuss the critical role EO (Entrepreneurs Organisation Accelerator…
Being the kind of woman who makes other woman step up their game, this week’s power woman is Group CEO of Seed Engine, Branding/Marketing Specialist, and author Donna Rachelson. We deliberate on what women entrepreneurs are doing to make their mark, the power of focus, and building strategic alliances.
This week’s groundbreaking power woman is award-winning author, writer, and journalist, Mandy Wiener. We connect on what we are willing to stand for, putting our honour where our mouths are and being active women contributors to the conversations of our culture and time as South African women.
After surviving a horrific accident and resigning from Jacaranda FM, this week’s #PowerWoman on Future CEOs is Tumi Morake – radio host, comedian, actress, and presenter. We engage each other about elevating the spaces we occupy, learning, unlearning and learning again, and what we as women entrepreneurs can bring to…
What makes us more human? This week on #PowerWoman, Hlubi Mboya Arnold is captivated by Dr Adriana Marais, Director of the Foundation for Space Development South Africa, Head of Innovation SAP Africa, and Astronaut Finalist for Mars One Project. She shares insights into how we, as women entrepreneurs who think…
Hlubi and Gareth are grateful to have Alana James, the newly appointed CEO of The Sunflower Fund, in studio where she shares her wealth of experience, global insight, and the exciting new operational plan she has for the organisation.
Maira Koutsoudakis has quietly built a mini-empire. She and her team travel the globe and work all over the world as a result. Listen to this #PowerWoman conversation for insights and advice on how she managed to build a group of companies that enjoy global recognition and success.
One of the matriarchs of African entrepreneurial spirit, Jayshree Naidoo shares her journey during this #PowerWoman podcast. The discussion also includes the plight of funding in tertiary education, how to prevent our youth from falling through the economic cracks of society and, of course, finding African-based solutions to African problems.
She was accused of being too serious when she was younger, and maybe she was, but that focus and determination has resulted in Zizipho Nyanga being appointed as the CEO of the Masisizane Fund, and now in a place to push and invest in her passions – entrepreneurship and women…
More and more we find women at the forefront of change and leadership - mothers and wives contributing successfully to all the roles they dare take upon themselves. Faith Khanyile, CEO of WDB Investment Holdings, is such a power woman. Listen as she chats to the team during this #PowerWoman…
6 Apr 2017
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