Industry power player, Dineo Ranaka, been off the media radar for a while but she has now emerged with a new project that is aimed at motivating South African youths to build a better life and careers for themselves.
For her new venture Dineo Ranaka has teamed up with motivational speaker Hope T. Kontle for a conversational talks tour across the country named; He Said, She Said (HSSS).
The talks are said to be aimed at inspiring conversations about life and personal transformation, which the duo will be collaborating on 'whilst creating an enabling environment for males and females to have positive dialogue.'
"For me personally, these sessions mean being truthful to myself," says Ranaka.
I want to be able to fearlessly look at my inner self and connect with audiences as they share their stories and journeys with me."
For his involvement in this 'movement', motivational speaker and co-founder of the initiative Kontle said;
"Dineo Ranaka has been a pioneer and role model to young people through her work. Every one of us struggles with issues of acceptance, personal transformation, etc, but for young people these issues can be challenging if not addressed. I'm delighted to be joining Dineo on these journeys and hope to bring to the spotlights positive energy and inspiration."
The pair will formally launch the movement in Bloemfontein on Saturday 9th July 2016 at the Ilanga Estate.
What to expect:
- The sessions are split into two parts of the day (morning and afternoon).
- The themes are; personal transformation, authenticity of relationships, with varying levels of social or gender support.
- Audiences will get an opportunity to share their experiences and determination to live their best lives.
The HE SAID, SHE SAID movement takes place at ILANGA ESTATE, FRANS KLEYNHANS, GROENVLEI, BLOEMFONTEIN on Saturday 9th July 2016.
Ticket costs R350 including breakfast and lunch. Morning sessions start at 08:00 - 12h00 and the Afternoon session starts at 12h00 - 15h00.
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