WEB22 delivers order :: Mmegi Online

The Grand Palm Marquee was the place where women from different walks of life and with different expertise met to share experiences on Saturday. Guest speakers delivered presentations on a variety of key topics that left attendees empowered and inspired during this year’s Women’s Etiquette Brunch (WEB22) initiative.

Headline speakers made every moment count, beginning with the incomparable, paradigm-shifting world economist and former Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, Bogolo Joy Kenewendo, whose compelling presentation was on the subject of ‘No Limits’. The whole room was energized by that opening conversation that culminated in a lengthy question-and-answer interaction, and Kenewendo almost missed her flight to another appointment she was scheduled for. dr Keneilwe Molebatsi, psychiatrist and lecturer at the University of Botswana, introduced the whole room deeply to introspection and reflection. Her lecture on “Mental Health” dealing with trauma felt like a well-conducted group therapy session. “We all came out of WEB22 better than we came in, at least a lot,” said one of the participants.
Kgosi Mosadi Seboko, the last speaker, stayed true to the traditional and cultural maxim “moja morago ke kgosi” and delivered a thought-provoking talk on “Gender as a social construct”. , as she shared glimpses of her path to regency to all the women present. This was interwoven with stories of humble beginnings, personal struggles, self-encouragement and triumph. As all of these gems fell from various speakers, they fell into the embracing hands and hearts of everyone in attendance, who shared their feedback during and after the event. The event was moderated by arsonist, industry all-rounder Tumi Ramsden.

This year’s event got the brief and delivered. Access Bank was at the forefront of sponsorship of this year’s event and their presence was also bolstered by their Head of Retail, Grace Setlhare-Mankanku, one of the speakers who gave a fitting talk on ‘Empathetic Leadership’ as she is a frontrunner herself . Corporate partners supporting the event are Dulux, Carerra Holdings, Options, Aldo, Mosha Spa, Mascom, The Goodie Bag Factory with delicious confectionery, Sego Events ensured a world class setup and Graham Beck who kept the spirits high throughout worried .

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