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The Sit Down is a platform (social media interactive live series and podcast) where Olwethu has serious conversations about issues affecting modern women and moms. Olwethu interviews and profiles experts, thought leaders and media personalities to discuss various lifestyle topics including parenting, careers, wellness, womenomics (business and finances) and relationships.On The Sit Down Reviews, Olwethu sits down with different authors, bibliophiles, actors and directors to review some of her favourite books, tv shows and films.To keep up with The Sit Down, follow TheSitDownWithOlwe2 on Instagram. Want to give feedback on the show? Email us on: thesitdown@artofsuperwoman.com

The Sit Down with Olwethu Leshabane Olwethu Leshabane

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

The Sit Down is a platform (social media interactive live series and podcast) where Olwethu has serious conversations about issues affecting modern women and moms. Olwethu interviews and profiles experts, thought leaders and media personalities to discuss various lifestyle topics including parenting, careers, wellness, womenomics (business and finances) and relationships.On The Sit Down Reviews, Olwethu sits down with different authors, bibliophiles, actors and directors to review some of her favourite books, tv shows and films.To keep up with The Sit Down, follow TheSitDownWithOlwe2 on Instagram. Want to give feedback on the show? Email us on: thesitdown@artofsuperwoman.com

    The Sit Down with Olwethu - Ingrid Best

    The Sit Down with Olwethu - Ingrid Best

    We are commemorating and celebrating this month of Freedom by profiling and highlighting the work of those who are about The Business of making moves with the future of our communities in the long run and doing it how they feel called and led and I couldn’t think of a better woman who embodies these attributes and more. 

    Ingrid Best began her illustrious journey into the world of marketing as an intern for Sway Calloway - pounding the streets of the Bay Area as a music promoter. The Brooklyn born, San Francisco raised young mother of a then toddler followed her intuition by accepting an ambassadorship role that inadvertently landed her in the White Male dominated Spirits industry at a time when women were relegated to answering phones and filing documents. 

    Today we glean pearls of wisdom from the award-winning luxury marketing exec, champion of women and truth-telling change agent and celebrate her as she continues to walk in her call to emancipate Black and Brown women beyond the borders of the USA.

    • 46 min
    AoS X Sade Giliberti | Mental Health Talk

    AoS X Sade Giliberti | Mental Health Talk

    March is known as Human Rights month in South Africa. Typically when we talk about Human Rights we tend to focus on violations that occurred during the Apartheid era and we gloss over current Human Rights infractions that need our urgent attention. 
    This month also happens to be International Women’s month and at AoS we are celebrating by highlighting women who are on the frontlines tirelessly advocating for our Human Rights. 

    Some of us grew up watching the SAFTA award-winning Sade Giliberti on Yo-TV. The vivacious TV Presenter,  Actress and Media Personality currently resides in London and uses her voice and platform to advocate for mental health and LGBTQ+ rights amongst other global issues. 
    Sade welcome to Art of Superwoman and thank you for joining us for this much needed educational conversation on Mental Health this #Wellness Wednesday.

    • 54 min
    Profiling Dr Beverly Ditsie, 50 and Fearless As Ever

    Profiling Dr Beverly Ditsie, 50 and Fearless As Ever

    In this bonus episode of The Sit Down, Olwethu Leshabane talks with incomparable LGBTQIA+ activist and filmmaker Dr. Beverly Palesa Ditsie. They take us through their activism journey, the first Johannesburg pride, their powerful UN speech, who they are beyond  their activism and their plans to mark their 50th birthday celebration.  

    • 1 hr 14 min
    A Woman Belongs: In Banking With Peggy Sue Khumalo - Part 2

    A Woman Belongs: In Banking With Peggy Sue Khumalo - Part 2

    On this edition of A Woman Belongs, we have a conversation with Peggy Sue Khumalo. Now former chief executive of Standard Bank wealth South Africa. Peggy Sue has an impressive career which spans from being crowned Miss South Africa, achieving an honour’s degree in economics and political science, and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Manchester, followed by a long-standing career as an investment banker who started her investment career with Investec and spent 17 years at the company. 
    She started as an analyst within the fixed income team with Investec United Kingdom. She then returned to South Africa and joined Investec corporate in institutional banking. In June 2011, she was appointed as a member of the general management forum exco for the Investec bank limited and in 2013 was appointed head of public sector and BEE financing for the group. 
    In this two-part conversation we share part one where we talk about her home and upbringing, her education, her purpose and her banking career.

    • 45 min
    A Woman Belongs: In Banking With Peggy Sue Khumalo - Part 1

    A Woman Belongs: In Banking With Peggy Sue Khumalo - Part 1

    On this edition of A Woman Belongs, we have a conversation with Peggy Sue Khumalo. Now former chief executive of Standard Bank wealth South Africa. Peggy Sue has an impressive career which spans from being crowned Miss South Africa, achieving an honour’s degree in economics and political science, and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Manchester, followed by a long-standing career as an investment banker who started her investment career with Investec and spent 17 years at the company. 
    She started as an analyst within the fixed income team with Investec United Kingdom. She then returned to South Africa and joined Investec corporate in institutional banking. In June 2011, she was appointed as a member of the general management forum exco for the Investec bank limited and in 2013 was appointed head of public sector and BEE financing for the group. 
    In this two-part conversation we share part one where we talk about her home and upbringing, her education, her purpose and her banking career.

    • 48 min
    A Woman Belongs: in Tourism with Phakamile Hlazo

    A Woman Belongs: in Tourism with Phakamile Hlazo

    We get to know an award-winning founder of two travel brands, Zulu Nomad and inAfrica. Among her multiple roles, Phakamile Hlazo is also a consultant. Some of her clientele includes World Bank Group, Stanlib, ABSA, and Telkom.  She is currently a scrum master. 
    Phakamile made some time for us to speak about her passion for technology advancement in the African continent, and how she integrates personal and work life to achieve success.

    • 56 min

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