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Three locals shine at the Women of Wealth Awards

Mitta Sethusa said that she feels honoured to be nominated and gives her more courage to assurance that she is on the right path.

Three Randburg women were recognised at the Thuba Pelo Mosadi, the third Annual Women of Wealth Awards attended by 100 women from around the country.

Bromhof-based Nthabiseng Sethoga was awarded for being an influential author for her book My Anchor. She explained that this is an encouragement to write more books and to never lose hope.

“As we say at Thuba Pelo ‘when she rises, we all rise’. This award says, to the pain we go through in life, it is not our identity but a story we should share with others to bring hope.”

Mittah Sethusa is recognised with mentorship and an Influencer award.

She added that she was not expecting to win as she attended to support the vision and cheer for the women.

Fashion designer Mittah Sethusa from Malanshof said to be recognised, brings confidence in her work and herself, which also makes those around her open their eyes and see. “Because of these awards, the world recognises me. It has a big influence and brings light into my life.”

Mpaballeng Ndzo receives a mentorship and influencer award at Thuba Pelo Mosadi, the third annual Women of Wealth Awards.

The awards are renowned for celebrating and recognising individuals who have made significant contributions in various fields, empowering and inspiring others along the way.

“Awards are a means to tell an individual they are on the right track; they are making a difference and must keep it up. It’s a push forward and a reminder that you have something special that can even build the economy. It’s a recognition that as a woman you matter and what you do matter,” said Sethusa.

Mpaballeng Ndzo from Randpark Ridge was recognised with mentorship and an influencer award.

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