The Sit Down
The Sit Down is a platform (social media interactive live series and podcast) where Olwethu has serious conversations about issues affecting modern women and moms. Olwethu interviews and profiles experts, thought leaders and media personalities to discuss various topics including parenting, careers, wellness, finances and relationships.
On The Sit Down Book Club, Olwethu sits down with different authors and bibliophiles to review some of her favourite books.
Whenever we think about our Sit Down with Melissa and Osas we can’t help but start humming Queen Bey’s “Energy” and we cannot stop smiling – because who wouldn’t after spending just 2 minutes with these two Leading Ladies of Netflix Africa?
https://vimeo.com/707466488 The much-anticipated Mothers Day Sit Down with Real Housewife of Durban Nonkanyiso ‘LaConco’ Conco is finally here! Olwethu sits down for a reflective and inspiring conversation with LaConco. The two boy moms talk about the joys and...
Resetting Africa: Olwethu Sits Down with Nigerian Presidential Candidate, HRH Malik Ado-Ibrahim and HRH Adama Ado-Ibrahim
Olwethu sat down with Nigerian Presidential Candidate HRH Malik Ado-Ibrahim and his beautiful wife HRH Adama Ado-Ibrahim and they spoke at length about the current political climate in Africa and why they both believe transformation in Nigeria and Africa is predicated upon the empowerment and amplifying of women and youth vote.
Empowering & Creating Spaces for Black Women with Award-Winning Luxury Marketing Guru & Wine Negociant, Ingrid Best
Olwethu Leshabane caught up with Luxury Marketing guru, Wine Negociant and CEO of iBest Wines, Ingrid Best at the tail end of her business trip to South Africa. The two entrepreneurs sat down for a candid and soul-nourishing conversation about the freedom that comes with following our intuition and living into our purpose – both of which have been Best’s guiding compass in navigating her journey in the Spirits industry to becoming a wine negociant and founding CEO of iBest Wines.
In this bonus episode of The Sit Down, Olwethu Leshabane talks with incomparable LGBTQIA+ activist and filmmaker Dr. Beverly Palesa Ditsie. They take us through their activism journey, the first Johannesburg pride, their powerful UN speech, who they are beyond their activism and their plans to mark their 50th birthday celebration.
It was in 2019 when The phrase ‘TAKE UP SPACE’ gained momentum on the world stage of Miss Universe. These were the words uttered by our very own Zozibini Tunzi. We watched her get crowned as Miss South Africa before she jetted off to put our country on the map,...