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The Womxns Club

The Womxns Club

By Letlotlo Morule
This is the second leg of Khulisa Mfazi and this is a safe space created for womxn and non-binary individuals. This space focuses on all conversations relating and regarding womxn. It created for us to empower each other, educate and assist each other to rise above our circumstances.
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MEN, STOP KILLING US
Women are being killed, by men, on a daily basis. We are tired, we are sad, we are hurting & we are mourning. This is an episode to ALL men in effort to voice our pain regarding Gender Based Violence.
08:33
June 23, 2020
Phonecall Conversations with Women’s Club ft Le Nanza
In this episode, we chat to DJ and Radio Presenter, Le Nanza. We chat about her growing career, the importance of women in the entertainment industry and she offers some advice to anyone attempting to penetrate the entertainment space! Enjoy it!
23:44
May 30, 2020
Phonecall Conversations with the Womxn’s Club ft Tebogo Mphahlele.
In this episode, we chat with Tebogo Mphahlele. She is the founder of Lead Young SA Foundation & Women Network Africa. She is an agent of change and an advocate for women all over Africa!
32:45
May 15, 2020
Phonecall Conversations with The Womxn’s Club ft Tshepang Langa.
In this episode we have an insightful conversation about black hair and beauty and we touch on many aspects such as maintenance & the hardships of being a black girl in South Africa with 4c textured hair.
23:46
May 1, 2020
Phonecall Conversations with The Womxn’s Club ft Athabile ‘Athabz’ Ngxamngxa
Today we’re having a conversation with Athabile Ngxamngxa, Head of Brand & Activations, for Homecoming Events! We chat all about the entertainment world & more about how Homecoming Events continues to successfully reign in the event space!
39:21
April 24, 2020
Phonecall Conversations with The Womxn’s Club featuring Candice Chirwa
This is the first episode of the Phonecall Conversations with The Womxn’s Club series. In this episode, we chat to the phenomenal Candice Chirwa.
40:33
April 17, 2020
Turn Passion into Impact.
In this short episode we engage about the importance of creating impact and why one should strive to have a positive impact upon their world and upon the the people around them.
10:18
April 3, 2020
The Comeback: Be Productive.
In this episode, we chat a little bit about how to increase productivity and not fall into the trap of laziness during this national lockdown.
16:39
March 25, 2020
Episode 5 - Overcoming Fear
On this week’s episode, we chat about how fearful experiences hold us captive and how we can overcome this.
07:29
October 21, 2019
Episode 4 - World Mental Health Day ft Matshepo Seloi
On this special day, we sit down with Matshepo Seloi who is an anti-rape & mental awareness advocate. She sits down and educates us from her past experiences.
12:40
October 10, 2019
Episode 3 - Body Positivity ft Mbali & Wandi.
Many of us have battled with a low self-esteem due to unattainable body standards that society has placed for us. Today, we’re visited by Mbali Shabalala & Wandile Ndlovu and we chat a little bit about how to love yourself and love your body!
16:16
October 8, 2019
Episode 2 - Dismantling Gender Roles and Expectations
In this short second episode, we chat a little bit about the danger of gender roles in society and how this is the root of issues such as GBV and homosexuality. We also highlight three things that we can all do to contribute to the dismantling of gender roles.  There is also an announcement about Walks with Khulisa Mfazi, listen to that and follow this link to purchase your tickets.  Link for tickets: https://www.quicket.co.za/events/85522-walk-with-khulisa-mfazi/#/
10:05
September 17, 2019
Episode 1 - End The War Against Womxn
Living in South Africa, as a womxn has become terrifying. This emotional episode highlights the pain that womxn are currently enduring due to the hatred and war against womxn in our country.
10:15
September 9, 2019