01 Aug Welcome To Women’s Month
Now, I have to profess that I’m not one for phony stunts and attention seeking gimmicks to make you different or get noticed, but what has been on my radar is a certain resurgence of the “bad girl”, who to me, has always brought a sense of intrigue and appeal. When I refer to a “Bad Girl”, I’m pointing out those women who come with a demanding attitude, the ones who seek to express their inner reality regardless of how the world sees their outer. They are more heroic, more vexing, more brave.The twelve women we chose to celebrate, all represent their own brand of fierce, bad girl attitude. And seeing that we work in the business of talent, all come with some sort of a talent; they’re artists with arguments to back it all up.
Our writer, Bianca Agenbag, kicks off the series with the First Lady of Motswako, Fifi Cooper, who believes in being original, and not relying on others to be successful. Moonchild Sanelle, the genre-bending poet, who isn’t afraid to speak her mind, and Nomuzi Mabena, one charming lady with X-factor charisma like you wouldn’t believe.
Nomuzi Mabena – Queen of the Skhanda movement
With killer lines, a captivating stage personality and her own brand of Hip Hop, this presenter, fashion icon and talented rapper is ready to build her empire