Prana enjoyed an early Women’s Day celebration this past week at the
Silver Birch Restaurant which is situated in the tranquil Lifestyle Garden Centre
which provided a really beautiful backdrop for our Women’s Day festivities.

Prana is unique in many ways, with Jainita Khatri
at the helm, its workforce consists almost entirely
of women, most of whom are working moms;
we collaborate our efforts with the aid of technology,
without needing to physically be in the same space
for the most part, so it was truly wonderful to share
a morning in one another’s company.


Pioneering female business expert and founder of Matoyana, a business consultancy supporting South African businesses, was our guest speaker and she graciously shared elements of her life story and how she came to start Matoyana. Nokwazi has authored “The Small Business Handbook” which is testament to her intimate knowledge of the business workings in South Africa.


We enjoyed one another’s company, fabulous lunch and ‘mini manis’ from Patricia from Patrish Mobile Nails, who runs her own businesses of mobile treatments, perfect for our Women’s Day festivities.


The morning filled our tanks in so many ways and I certainly left feeling
incredibly thankful to work alongside a team of such splendid human beings.
We hope that however you choose to celebrate Women’s Day this year that
it will hold meaning for you.

by Tracey Kelsey, Prana Business Consulting

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