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Empowering women of God

Destiny Connectors has relationship with many organisations that face linguistic challenges and operates from Forest Hill.

PASTOR Catherine Mwesigye who is the founder of Destiny Connectors, hosted a beautiful breakfast seminar for women on Saturday, August 5 at the Lido Hotel.

HELPING HANDS: Colette Mthethwa, Revinah Umurisa, Catherine Mwesigye, Motlalepula Charlie and Fortunate Manyika.

The event saw numerous mothers, daughters, businesswomen, leaders and speakers gather to empower each other. Destiny Connectors’ primary function is to enable effective communication across corporate, public and educational platforms globally.

STUNNING: Doctor Patience Mlengane, Catherine Mwesigye, Pastor Thandi Mthethwa and Nokwai Ndzimandze.

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The mission is to solve the language barriers that exist in the global market by providing professional translators and interpreters. It aims to teach the main languages which are commonly used in the corporate world on all continents. It aims to offer life coaching and mentorship in business and in the ministry. It targets young professional women who are in leadership positions.

BREAKFAST: Pastor Catherine Mwesigye stands with ladies at the breakfast table at Lido Hotel.

Destiny Connectors has a relationship with many organisations and operates from Forest Hill.

HAIR: Hair products were on sale at the breakfast.

For more information call 011 047 8666 or 083 591 7730 or email mcathy@destinyconnectors.co.za or info@destinyconnectors.co.za. You can also visit www.destinyconnectors.co.za

LOVELY: Feza Kagubare sold her handmade jewellery at the breakfast.
BOOKS: Books were on sale at the breakfast.
BEAUTIFUL: Beautiful African jewellery was on sale.

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