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Women Empowering Women

It’s the month to celebrate us! And even though we celebrate amazing peeps all year round here at Go Hustle HQ, we’ll use this as yet another great excuse to shine a light on women in all their glory.

We celebrate those who came before us, those who stand beside us now, and those who will come after. But most importantly, we celebrate those who empower other amazing women in the business space. Take a scroll down this list… and prepare to be dazzled.

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1. Sisterhood Success Club

The Sisterhood Success Club is a diverse, inclusive female entrepreneurship and empowerment platform. Co-owners and founders of Brand Authentic, Kashiefa Parker and Caryn Clegg, started the platform as a Facebook group a few months back, and it soon grew into a highly-engaged, tight-knit community of more than 4000 women. Growing up as two women of colour from underserved communities, they never had female business role models that looked like them. Now they want to be those role models for the next generation.

2. MentHer Network

MentHer Network – founded by Ntsiki Mkhize – is a global mentorship network supporting female social entrepreneurs. The platform aims to inspire, connect and empower women wanting to create a life and business of purpose and impact.

3. Siisonke Women Round Tables (SWRT)

SWRT is an organisation focusing on the empowerment and support of the girl child and women from all lifestyles. The aim? To encourage and motivate them to believe in themselves and their dreams, despite their circumstances and background. To inspire women so that they, in return, are able to inspire others. To support one another, share information, collaborate and celebrate each other’s successes. Ultimately, to pave the way and secure a seat at the table for other women.

4. The Agenda

In a nutshell, Agenda Women is a digital platform curated for modern women to give them the confidence to get out there and own their future. Founded by Nomndeni Nonhle Mdakhi, it’s specifically curated for a tribe of working women who are looking for a community that will help them navigate the evolving dynamics of being a woman. And all this through the lens of the community’s shared experiences. We’re here for it.


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5. SheBrigade

SheBrigade – founded by Pelontle Mosimege – empowers through storytelling. The platform’s primary aim? To be the tool that allows women from everywhere to share their stories – and ultimately to start the conversations that will help other young women realise that they can overcome whatever challenges they face too.

6. #SistahoodHour

The #SistahoodHour – founded by Phumeza Langa – is challenging the status quo for women by changing the narrative through action, conversation and empowerment. Phumeza works with like-minded brands to amplify the conversation of empowerment, profiling women in various fields who are creating change for those around them.


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7. Archetypal Brands

An activist for the economic empowerment of women, Pride Maunatlala is using her passion for the growth acceleration of female professionals and entrepreneurs as a force for good. The result of this passion is strategy-based company Archetypal Brands. Let’s watch it soar.

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