Let us delve into the world of group mentorship, let’s explore how this collaborative approach not only unlocks the potential within the collective but also cultivates personalized pathways for each individual’s success.
The author, Fortune Mushi, shares a transformative journey through the “Sinako We Can Movement” (SWCM) Mentorship Programme, highlighting the significant impact it had on their confidence and overall perception. Initially lacking confidence due to a reticent nature and social anxiety, the author details how the program provided a supportive environment for personal growth.
In a powerful reflection on SWCM’s 3rd Annual colloquium held at the Women’s jail on Constitutional Hill, a former prison complex in South Africa, Amogelang draws attention to the profound symbolism of the location. Spending the day at the jail cells, Amogelang reflects on how she was struck by the sacrifices of women who endured extreme hardships for the dream of a democratic society that values gender equality.
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On October 12, 2022, the founder and mentor of SinakoWeCan gave us, the mentees, the opportunity to shadow her. The previous day’s brief…
On 13 August 2022, a memorable colloquium was held by SWCM in partnership with CALS at the University of Witwatersrand…
Mentorship is about providing a mentee with career development tools and resources to increase their knowledge and further develop their soft skills. Job shadowing Advocate Lindazwe definitely equipped me with the knowledge I need to get started in the field.
On the 6th of August 2022, I stumbled across the SWCM page and it has been an immaculate journey of learning, guided experiences and cherished memories since. This posts seeks to give an insight to memorable impact that being part of the SWCM NPC Mentorship program has had for me. Written by Nomfundo Mahlangu , Edited by Molebogeng Ramaijane