Tamsyn Reynolds describes herself as a raiser, carer, CEO, stylist and lover of 3 children, 2 dogs, 1 hair salon, 3 brands and 1 Italian man. Tamsyn is the founder and CEO of Hello Hair Fourways in Johannesurg. In this episode she shares her reflections on starting and growing a business as a single mom, navigating the personal care industry as a business during COVID19, and her visions for the future of the Hello Hair Fourways brand.Read More
Author: Tasneem Abrahams
Weaam Williams, is a Muslim woman screen-writer, director and poet. She has found her voice as a woman and activist using cinema. She is the owner of Tribal Alchemy Productions, a Cape Town based, independent production company. She, is a multi-disciplinary artist who works with poetry, music and film. Her directorial debut, Hip-Hop Revolution, had its international Premiere at Silverdocs in 2007. It won the Best
Edited Film Award at NYC Reel Sisters Film Festival in 2008, and has been broadcast in 28 countries.
In this episode I spoke to a physiotherapist, who was instrumental in supporting health professionals to be embrace teletherapy effectively, as well as and two occupational therapists who have created a multidisciplinary online therapy platform. They shared their views and experiences with the teletherapy and the hustle to move teletherapy forward in South Africa.Read More
Bernadette is an award-winning entrepreneur and former Government Transformation Officer.
In 2014 Bernadette set a target to modernize the disability sector, transforming the stereotype. She started Fability through which she aims to create equal opportunities and fairness in business and social welfare for all including persons with disabilities.
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