Bonnie Mbuli to host Go Beyond Women’s Breakfast with Old Mutual

Actress, author, social activist, Bonnie Mbuli will be hosting CapeTalk's 'GO BEYOND Women’s Breakfast with Old Mutual'.

More than just a household name, Mbuli kicked off her career at an early age, and has gone on to blaze trails as an inspiring role model, actress, and TV personality - not to mention winning the hearts of people, nationwide.

I would describe myself as a reluctant celebrity and public figure.

Bonnie Mbuli, Actress, author, social activist

Mbuli explains that she was forced to embrace her celebrity status more vigorously when she realised she held the power to bring attention to issues she felt strongly about.

She says he's excited and honoured to host the women's breakfast in August.

We've got some amazing women speakers and they consist of inspirational women who in their personal journeys embraced the idea of saying yes.

Bonnie Mbuli, Actress, author, social activist

The Cape Talk Go Beyond Women’s Breakfast will also feature an exciting line-up of speakers who will share their stories, and help women uncover the secret of saying yes to new opportunities the iconic speakers include:

Jo-Ann Strauss She’s one of South Africa’s most recognisabe faces. After winning the title of Miss South Africa, Jo-Ann has also carved out a successful career in TV and media and is a renowned master of ceremonies. She will be sharing her exciting journey with us.

Nicola Taylor
Expert in the field of Lateral Thinking, she has been a strategist and leadership development trainer for over 20 years. Be inspired and equipped as Nicola imparts valuable insights and advice.

Friday 11 August at 07:00 R500

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