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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

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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

    #TheSitDownLifestyle | Zozibini Tunzi

    #TheSitDownLifestyle | Zozibini Tunzi

    It was in 2019 when The phrase ‘TAKE UP SPACE’ gained momentum on the world stage of Miss Universe. These were the words uttered by our very own Zozibini Tunzi. We watched her get crowned as Miss South Africa before she jetted off to put our country on the map, ultimately taking the title of Miss Universe.
     
    Zozi recently took her final walk on the global stage and is back in the country. So what’s next for this chapter of her life? She gets into this conversation with Olwethu on #TheSitDownLifestyle

    • 37 min
    #TheSitDownLifestyle | Thula Sindi

    #TheSitDownLifestyle | Thula Sindi

    Thula Sindi formed his brand in 2005, on the back of a South African landscape that was ready for designer wear that was trendy, dynamic, accessible, ramp-to-reality and ready-to-wear. Thula discovered his love for the arts at a young age and he hasn’t deviated from it since. We have a sit down with one of our top SA designers on his journey, the effects of COVID19 on the fashion industry, his thoughts on fast fashion, sustainability in fashion and developing young talent, #TheSitDownLifestyle.

    • 32 min
    #TheSitDownWomenomics | The Realities Of Gambling And It's Impact On The Financial Sustainability Of An Individual | Busisiwe Nkuna

    #TheSitDownWomenomics | The Realities Of Gambling And It's Impact On The Financial Sustainability Of An Individual | Busisiwe Nkuna

    On today’s #TheSitDownWomenomics, Olwethu gets into conversation with Busisiwe Nkuna, Treatment and Counselling Specialist for Social Services at the Responsible Gambling Foundation, to discuss the realities of gambling and it’s impact on the financial sustainability of an individual. They also unpack the psychological effects of the gambling addiction and how individuals who find themselves in this situation can take control of their health and finances. 

    • 30 min
    #TheSitDownParenting | Father's Day Special | Lupi Ngcayisa

    #TheSitDownParenting | Father's Day Special | Lupi Ngcayisa

    Lupi Ngcayisa and Olwethu Sit Down and Discuss Balancing And Embracing Modern Day Parenting, While Confronting Issues That Persist In Society, Where Fatherhood Is Concerned.
    It’s Father’s Day and while it’s a time to celebrate the father figures in our lives, it’s important that we continue having dialogues, reflecting on how we can better instil values in boy children, in the continued efforts of building a better society, where we can co-exist and live authentic lives where other generations will too live in a safe, free and liberated society.

    • 41 min
    #TheSitDownWellness | The Youth & Vaccines: Going Home Digitally

    #TheSitDownWellness | The Youth & Vaccines: Going Home Digitally

    As we also reflect on June 16, how can we as young people take responsibility, ownership and look out for the elderly in the community. The Solidarity Fund is mobilising South Africans to ‘come together’ as the country’s mass vaccine roll-out gets underway in a bid to ensure every citizen gets vaccinated.

    We are joined by Ottilia Anna Maunganidze who is the Head of Special Projects in the Office of the Executive Director at the Institute for Security Studies, as well as Ayabonga Cawe, Development Economist, Broadcaster and Columnist who recently added Author to his list of titles.

    For Solidarity Fund Toolkits Visit: www.solidarityfund.co.za

    • 51 min
    #TheSitDownWomenomics | The Art Of Side Hustling & Money Management Skills

    #TheSitDownWomenomics | The Art Of Side Hustling & Money Management Skills

    The Coronavirus pandemic has forced people to think creatively in order to maintain their livelihoods. Financial stability was the biggest worry people had right under surviving the pandemic. Research has indicated that 31.5% of South Africans have either started a secondary job on the side or have transformed their side hustle into their main source of income. On this edition of #TheSitDownWomenomics Financial Advisor, Ashley Paulis and businesswoman, Inga Sebata are in conversation with us giving helpful tips and information that you may need to consider when starting your own side-hustle.

    • 28 min

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