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Leaders need Guts and Ethics to succeed

1 August 2016 No Comment

This was the monthly topic of the June 2016 network event held by the SA Council for Business Women, Centurion Branch at the Forever Centurion Hotel.
The guest speaker was Sonja Smith, dynamic and multi business award winner, who started her first funeral parlour with guts and ethics eighteen years ago.
Today she is the successful owner and managing director of the Sonja Smith Elite Funeral Group and also the president of the Centurion Toastmaster’s Club.
She is also the founding director of the Voice of the Unborn Baby advocating to have stillborn babies acknowledged not as medical waste but as the human beings who have the right to a proper funeral.
Nicci Coertze showed the coffin specially designed for the stillborn babies.
Also attending was Bianca McIntyre who represented South Africa in Disneyland, Paris as the finalist for Face of the Globe 2016. She ended in sixth position (from 50 girls and 25 countries) and also won the Miss Congeniality title.
The ladies were then entertained with the beautiful soprano voices of Bongi Madlala and Loveline Madumo singing part of well-known opera song, Nessum Dorma thereby promoting opera music to all.
To join this group of dynamic ladies at the SA Council for Business Women and also get inspired to greater heights in your business, send an email to centurion@sacbw.org.

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