North West females celebrate Women’s Day in style

8 August, 2015

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North West females celebrate Women’s Day in style

8 Aug,2015WoF Women

The North West Provincial female staff celebrated their Women’s Day on the 07 August 2015 under the theme “Make it happen”.

The ladies started their day by exchanging gifts with their females’ secret pals as a sign of appreciation and love towards one another.

As this day was celebrated under the “Make it happen” theme the ladies showed off their designed fashion clothes made out of recyclable material such as plastic and newspapers and paraded them while dancing and moving around the runway which was later followed by male provincial staff preparing and serving lunch for the ladies.

One on the ladies, Martha Tepo, was full of excitement during the celebration said, “As a woman I feel very special and proud being part of these wonderful women surrounding me, as they also motivated me to be the strong loving person I am today. I feel blessed and would like to say Happy Women’s Day to all the mothers and sisters out there”.

“Women’s Month is a tribute not only to the thousands of women who marched on that day in 1956, but also a tribute to the pioneers of the women’s movement in this country, dating back to 1913. This day is also meant to celebrate you as our mothers, colleagues, sisters and to say to you that we do recognize and appreciate the hard work you do on a daily basis”, said the North West Acting General Manager Masibonge Silevu.

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