Welcome to the 5th Women Arise with Power Seminar. A safe space for women to find healing and opportunities. This year’s theme is Women Economic Empowerment to Eradicate GBV.
Women need to be conscientized of their power within. In most times it takes a very uncomfortable space to realise that they deserve better no matter who they are and where they come from. It also takes a Queen to recognise that her fellow Queen’s crown is skew in order for it to be put back in its rightful position.
Nthabi Montsho-Mngoma the founder of NthabiM Coaching and Soul Inspiration Global is doing just that. She is the Author of Women Arise with Power, the host of Women Arise with Power Seminars through a beautiful partnership with Soweto Theatre and a TV Show Host of Mntase on Mzansi Magic, Vat n Sit on Moja Love and Women Arise with Power which now shows on Gospel Lifestyle TV Star Sat Channel 360.
Nthabi Montsho-Mngoma has been vocal about her painful experience from her previous marriage where she was married and abused by her ex-husband who is a Minister of the Methodist Church. After she escaped with her life, being a single mother with no income, she decided to Arise with Power and on her healing journey she continued to impart some nuggets to women who are in abusive relationships.
She is a GBV activist and has since taken more than 3000 women through the journey of healing, self-mastery, and entrepreneurship in order to be emancipated from abuse.
She runs a healing program called my safe space where women from all walks of life gather and share their stories of pain and success in her Braamfontein Office. They share skills and network with other women with the aim to run successful and sustainable businesses.
Nthabi is a mother of 7 and many other community children. She is now married with Mzi Mngoma who continues to rally behind her to continue to blow the whistle to women who need to be freed from GBV.
She expresses that, the impact will felt by those who are in this predicament and the results will be seen in generations to come.
To see more of her work, visit www.nthabim.com or contact Gugu Kwatsha on 061 512 8938 or email: email@example.com