Celebrating women with #702Imbokodo

702 and The Azania Mosaka show hosted a Women's Day special broadcast to celebrate South Africa's trailblazing imbokodo.

On the panel was, African National Congress (ANC) MP, Dr. Makhosi Khoza, actress, model, radio, and television personality, Pearl Thusi, anti-woman abuse activist and Khumbulekhaya host, Andile Gaelesiwe as well as social media law expert and co-author of “Don't Film Yourself Having Sex" Emma Sadleir.

Watch: Dr. Makhosi Khoza in conversation with Azania Mosaka

Part 2 of ANC MP, Dr. Makhosi Busisiwe Khoza's chat with Azania Mosaka for the #702Imbokodo #WomensMonth special broadcast at Primedia

If you missed it Pearl Thusi, Emma Sadleir and Andile Gaelesiwe chat about love, independence, relationships and money.

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