Entries by Saysha-UWA

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The UWA heroine of the Month – Bev Murray

Let’s take a minute to get to know Bev!
Bev is the proud owner of Bev’s Beauty & Wellness, situated at 3 Tetford Circle, Hirsch’s, Umhlanga.
It can be confirmed that Bev doesn’t only spend her hours taking care of her customers inner and outer beauty, but she extends this innate passion for wellbeing to her family, friends and the UWA committee members. If you peruse her Facebook page, you will notice that most of the posts are based on promoting and supporting other individuals and local businesses!

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Knitting for Change! 1000 Beanies!

We are knitting 1000 beanies for the Open Door Crisis Care Centre, from newborns to adults – all ages and sizes. Help us keep South Africa warm and make a difference by joining our sisterhood and kintting, crocheting and contributing to this very worthy project to help the Open Door.

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April Heroine Thora Mansfeild

CURRICULUM VITAE THORA MANSFIELD – THE OPEN DOOR CRISIS CARE CENTRE The Open Door Crisis Care Centre was founded in 1997 to address gender-based violence and serves as a multifaceted, multi-disciplinary nonprofit “ONE-STOP” trauma and counselling centre SPEAKER Well known speaker on many topic including women’s and children’s issues, human trafficking. Lead speaker at International […]

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We want to shout out to an exceptional UWA Heroine, well done Lynn Easton from Afscot Financial Services

Umhlanga Women Achievers would like to shout out to Lynn Easton, her huge heart and generous soul have shone like a bright star through this challenging time. Whether it be motivation, inspiration, kindness or a shoulder, her professionalism and warm heart make her an exceptional UWA Heroine. Thank you, Lynn, for all you do and the love that you share.