But our mission remains the same: to bring together and unite all women from the Mother City's cultural kaleidoscope: To hear their voices, to know, experience, share, work and learn together. To highlight and promote their past, present and future achievements, not victimhood. Woman Zone is a place to be heard.
To celebrate our 10th year we have joined forces with Soil for Life to produce the book, Women of Soil - changing lives featuring 10 women community Home Food Gardeners from Soil for Life. If you would like to know more or to buy a copy, please contact us on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to find out more about Soil for Life, check their website www.soilforlife.co.za
The book was launched at Artscape's annual Women's Humanity Arts Festival and you can listen to the women speaking in a podcast called Women of Soil WOMAN ZONE PODCASTS - listen here: https://open.spotify.com/show/1uqXYl6tnA7m37Dled8h7N As part of the Festival we are also producing a series which will be posted throughout the month of August. They include interviews with:: . Dr Marlene le Roux, CEO of Artscape . Karen Lazar, author of Hemispheres and, Echoes and a disability activist . Beryl Botman, author of With (Out) You . Gertrude Fester, author of Prison Notebook V2957/88 . Dr Anne Biccard, author of More Experiences from an Emergency Ward . Louisa Treger, UK author of Mad Woman . We also podcast a special Women's Day radio show on FMR produced by Beryl Eichenberger and presented by Theresa Smith . Check out our Facebook page Woman Zone CT for further information on Woman Zone events.
And dont forget to watch the Virtual Women's Humanity Walk from 2020 here:
Many thanks to The Opechee design company run by Lorraine De Villiers, for creating our logo and style guide.