Wednesday 2019-05-22




By Nokwanda Sibandze | 2018-12-07

IT will not be all talk at the first annual Women’s Circle as music will also be the order of the day.

To be held at Manzini Club on December 15, this will be an only women event.

 Attendees will be serenaded with fine tunes from songbirds such as Shekinah and Floewe and singer, songwriter Judah.

This was revealed by Semusa Networks Founder Sisusa Dlamini yesterday.

 The three artists will be giving the audience a taste of good music. DJ Mix Mash will also give the audience a reason to get on their feet and dance during the seminar.

The Women’s Circle is another event hosted by Semusa Networks on their quest to change the society.


Themed ‘Healing and leaving the pain of the past, the event seeks to help women be at peace and forget the past.

Dlamini said it was important to them to ensure that women are able to be at peace with everything that has happened in their lives.

“I felt the need to speak about pain because not only has it destroyed us but has also resulted in anger thus killing us. One thing that I learned from my emotional pain was that I distinguished pain from anger, so it is important that we tackle such issues head on,” said Dlamini.

Dlamini added on stating that she wanted to create a safe space where women can talk about their issues without the fear of being judged which is why she also will be sharing her experiences.

Tickets to the seminar are vying for E170 and are available at all Galitos outlets, the Fitness Zone, Link Pharmacy Hub Manzini and Bee’s Hair Boutique Corporate.

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