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This week we reflect on episodes of the past year with a compilation of some the show’s most memorable segments. Renowned business woman Dr. Judy Dlamini relays aspects of the pioneering research she produced in her doctoral thesis on successful women in business, highlighting five key levers that lead to sustainable empowerment. Terry Volkwyn, CEO of Primedia Broadcasting, talks about the challenges she encountered when she elected to go against socially determined gender stereotype roles and shares some of the mottos in her life. Mrs Wendy Ackerman, co-Founder and honorary life president of Pick n Pay stores, highlights what it takes for women to smash through glass cubes, let alone glass ceilings, in pursuit of their careers, in part by refuting nonsensical policies and in the process securing more rights and benefits for female employees. Olympic long distance runner Elana Meyer emphasises the importance of positively nurturing self-belief to achieve success. Captain of the South African national ladies cricket team Mignon du Preez talks about some of the drivers to her success. Jacqui Hlongwane, programme manager and curator at SABC 2, reminds us of the power women possess to change outcomes of not only their lives but those in their community and our continent. Closing the show is the High Commissioner of Jamaica Ms Cheryl Kay Spencer with a message of resilience to rise above struggles – nothing is impossible. Tune in for more…

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