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Founder of Wozza Meat, Warwick Taylor, joind Leah in conversation ahead of National Braai Day

Women in Technology conversation with Marilize Redelinghuys.

Information Technology is a field that holds stereotypes of the IT nerd hacking away at code surrounded by a multitude of screens, but it’s so much more than that…the industry holds incredible opportunities and very a rewarding career path for ambitious young men and women alike.

In this interview Marilize expands our understanding of IT and enlightens us to how the industry could benefit from specific skills that women are typically inclined to possess.

In conversation with Glynis Horning author of “Waterboy”.

Glynis is an award winning freelance journalist who has written a book on the subject of suicide, after having lost her son, Spencer, to suicide in 2019.

What had started as an outlet or a diary of sorts became a book that hopes to educate and aid those who may be navigating the same journey.

Glynis will be speaking at the Durban International Book Fair on 3 August between 2-3pm on a panel with Alicia Sewdass, author of “Orphaned by Suicide” & psychiatrist, Dr. Hermant Nowbath.

In conversation with Ross Holland from Abenzi Africa - an African story in your

In a world of instants Abenzi Africa, a local furniture manufacturer, stands apart.

There is nothing “instant” about this socially conscious brand. From the raw materials to the hands that craft the bespoke items, Abenzi Africa honours every element of the process.

Working with the unique grain pattern of every piece of sustainably sourced Timber, Abenzi Africa ensures that yours is furniture with a story to tell.

Kinesiologist & Enneagram expert - Kerry van Huyssteen.

In conversation with what she likes to call a “complimentary” therapist - Kerry van Huyssteen from Ember connect.

Kerry helps her clients navigate life and it’s challenges by helping them understand who they are according to the enneagram profiling system which she implements in her kinesiology practice (a discipline of Chinese medicine).

Having knowledge of the enneagram can help you engage optimally with your spouse, family and even your colleagues.

Listen to learn more & find information about her upcoming workshop.

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