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13 Aug

She is Power!

Thebe Ya Mosadi celebrates women’s day by hearing from the powerful women who wear their crowns gracefully. An annual highlight for Thebe Ya Mosadi is a women’s day event where the strength of women is celebrated. Since 2014 to date the themes have included Exploring our Destiny, Finding Wellness, Aspire to Inspire and Leading from

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08 Aug

She Is Power! A girl child’s needs met

August 6th 2018 saw Thebe Ya Mosadi begin the journey towards the annual Women’s Day event by delivering sanitary towels to the learners at Diepdale Secondary School in Soweto, Johannesburg. Thebe Ya Mosadi delivered sanitary towels that had been collected through the generosity of the Thebe employees over the last twelve months. The learners of

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16 Oct

Kaya FM celebrates 20th anniversary

Kaya FM launched in August 1997, where it was one of the first new frequencies to be approved for private commercial radio. Thebe Investment Corporation is a founding shareholder of Kaya FM.

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28 Sep

Planning educational group travel? Do your homework!

A school rugby team touring Argentina, a college cultural group visiting art galleries in Italy, a junior karate club taking part in a tournament in Tokyo; whatever the reasons for your group travelling abroad, a successful trip relies on three things; planning, planning, planning!

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25 Sep

Educational group travel – there’s a lot to learn

Organisers, parents and volunteers who have experienced being responsible for a group of spirited youngsters travelling abroad, have learnt the importance of meticulous planning. They have also learnt that partnering with a reputable Travel Management Company (TMC) can alleviate a host of challenges and provide much appreciated peace of mind – before, during and after

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19 Sep

She is power

To say 31 August 2017 was a day of inspiration is an understatement. The Thebe Ya Mosadi (TYM) “Leading From Any Chair” event was spectacular. Everyone looked regal in their vintage clothing, and the air was filled with excitement and joy from the moment you stepped out of the car.

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18 Sep

Leading from any chair: leading behaviours

By Samke Mhlongo When conducting research, one is cautioned against using leading questions as they guide the respondent towards a particular answer, instead of the most objective one. This concept of being able to influence an outcome forms the basis of my interpretation of the theme “Leading from any Chair”.

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12 Sep

Leading From The Chair You’re Seated In

by author, Malebo Sephodi While growing up, I was privileged enough to be exposed to my mother’s different forms of activism. As a nurse, she fought and stood up for women’s rights to reproductive health care. She continues to do work that supports young people’s rights to Basic Education. It has been amazing to witness

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