Africans for Africa

Visionaries’ Lounge – Episode 12: Vanessa Perumal

Watch Visionaries Lounge featuring Vanessa Perumal interviewed by Ayanda Allie Paine A visionary who promotes all things African who founded the network called Africans for Africa. Vanessa always wants to empower entrepreneurs to succeed and grow their networks. Her passion is derived from her mantra of “Strength in Unity”  – Partnerships is key … Watch the episode on the following link:   Vanessa Perumal is the first black woman to head the Public Affairs & Communications division at Southern Africa Music Rights

Celebrating heritage in conversation with legendary Dorothy Masuka as part of her 80th birthday festivities thanks to Newtown Junction mall

Dorothy Masuka will be celebrated in conversation as part of her 80th birthday celebrations in heritage month thanks to visionary entrepreneurs. The globally acclaimed composer, singer and entrepreneur will be in a dialogue with a network of friends, associates, media and entrepreneurs on 23 September hosted by Newtown Junction mall, the Africans for Africa network and Skills Village 2030.   Masuka, fondly referred to as Mom D has performed on every continent, has dined with presidents and other world leaders, with Nelson

Happy Birthday Mam D – Dorothy Masuka

Wishing one of our “Living Legends” Mam Dorothy Masuka a very Special and Happy Birthday and may you enjoy many more to come. You are truly an inspiration to all of us and a good mentor and role model to the up and coming generations…   Wishing you all the best from Team JT Comms….  

Newtown Junction: where arts, culture and entrepreneurship meet this August

Over the last year Newtown has seen the realisation of Newtown Junction, a mall that offers a superior shopping experience, diversity in dining opportunities and a space that loans itself to celebrating South Africa’s artistic and cultural diversity. August is Women’s Month and Newtown Junction is setting the tone, hosting a month full of inspiring events and showcases.   Kick-starting Women’s Month on 1 August at 11:00 is the Gold Reef Rhythmic Gymnastics Club with its African debut performance of the Save