Wednesday, September 20, 2017

We spoke to Keri Stroebel motivational speaker and founder of power women project about the grand high tea that will be taking place at cape town society for the blind will be brightening its grand spring high tea on the 07th of October 2017 by asking its patrons to wear a touch of green which symbolizes not only the season but that of new life, growth, hope and prosperity.

For more information:
Date: Saturday 07 October 2017 14:30 for 15:00
Vanue: Upper east side Hotel 31Brickfield road, woodstock
Dress code: Smart casual with a splash of green
Booking: Tickets cost R300 per person or R2 700 for a table of to book.

By Wonke Mjwangu
We spoke to Phelisa Sikwata a young poet from Mfuleni. Phelisa fell inlove with writing at the age of 14 and she’s always thought of her writing of being both a gift and curse, reason being a gift is when it comes to her expressing the truth and a curse when it wakes her up ha ha ha, she also feels there is never a good time to write, as when it comes to you that is the best time to write. In 2016 she joined CYPHER (Cape Youth Poetry Hub for Expression and Rhythm) She’s featured on two Cypher productions Ndikhululeni and Imbewu Yesini. In 2017 she was part of the top four of the Cape Youth Poetry Slam which availed the opportunity to go to San Francisco and USA.

Phelisa draws her inspiration from black woman as she wants to share stories of black woman in South Africa. She shared the poem FemeSide which is based on all the violence against woman and children in our country, but she didn’t stop there she ended off with Ready To Love.

For more information reach out to her via Facebook: Phelisa Sikwata

By: Jasnine Roberts
On wednesday on Sakhi sizwe we spoke to Rees Mann from SAMSOSA organisation that provide a support structure for non-offending male survivors of sexual abuse and rape. He also told us about the wonderful work they do in assisting males who have been the victims of sexual abuse.

For more information:
 you go to their website or call him on 083 3852141 or 0718809918

By Wonke Mjwangu

Wednesday on 20 September 2017

on Sakhisizwe we spoke to Bomikazi also as know as Bomi G, Pam and Nikita from Nyanga, Bomi G was born in eastern cape but she  currently lives in Nyanga and she is the founder of Amantungwa Designers that express their culture diverse through isiXhosa clothing. Her love for designing started when she was very young. Her mother was still at school hence she was struggling a lot with clothes so in her spare time she used to sketch the type of clothes she would imagine herself designing one day and today she is making a reality of it.

on the 30 september 2017 they have an event in langa the event called Booth they are inviting all types of arts, and on 7th of October 2017 they have launch in PE with Bambeka ngentanjana events.

For more information:
 you can go to her facebook page at Bomikazi Genda page called Amantungwa
designers or visit mamasita every end of the month.

by Wonke Mjwangu


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Our last interview for today we had Matthew from Triangle Project they are a non profit human rights  organisation offering professional services to ensure the full realisation of constitutional and human rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons, their partners and families. Matthew was telling about the organisation and the great work they do as an organisation.

Tell: 021 712 6699

Today on Sakhisizwe we focused on anything that"s gender related we had Tina from womensnet on the show telling us about their organisation. they are a feminist organisation that works to advance gender equality and justice in South Africa, through the use of technology. for more information please contact womensnet or visit their website


Contact: 0217828816

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Today on Sakhisizwe we had Julia, Jacky and Andiswa from  MOT South Africa organisation, they were telling us about the wonderful work they do as an organisation such as life skills development among youth,conscious life choices that will enable youth to develop their full potential, they also told us how MOT SA became a safe and warm place which youngsters can learn about self confidence and believing in themselves. the most interesting part is where Jackie the MOT SA beneficiary told us how the organisation changed her life and made her take solid decisions in life.

if you are willing to be part of MOT South Africa organisation
Tell:021 696 6610