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#fix is when you no longer a slave of FEAR slave of SHAME everything just moves things just don’t happen but you are driven by purpose ahhhhh . . . and this Saturday I wish you break free from any slavery that’s binding you May you be free and run in purpose fixes run in your own love that knows no boundaries 🙌🏾 . . . #kwenasaysfix
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Samson recently celebrated Women's Month by hosting #FixKonversations, presented by content curator Kwena Baloyi.
Thirty guests were dressed in Samson’s dungarees and, with a guest author, discussed what it was like to be a woman in South Africa .
Looking sleek in Samson dungarees. Picture: Azaih Seeri.
Kwena invited Thuli Nhlapo to lead the #FixKonversation and spoke about the concepts of identity, rejection and strength.
Nhlapo opened the floor to a Q&A session . She offered guidance that resonated with her and it reflected the message that tough women should support one another through everyday hurdles .
The women who attended the #FixKonversations spoke about what it's like being a woman in South Africa. Picture: Azaih Seeri.