SheTHUD – A phenomenon of empowered women: Part 1 [Live Blog]

By Nvulane Nhlapo - @NvulaneNhlapo


August signifies the birth of flowers. They are gladiolus or poppy, meaning beauty and strength of character, love, marriage and family. SheTHUD Celebrates women this August and harnessing their vibranium – ‘It runs deep in your red blood. ’

Highlights From the Pitch Session

Thato Mokatse – Basotho Classics Enterprises

Focussing on summer trends and targeting youth with apparel designs.

Rets’epile Mohale – Provide tax supplies and construction

A one-stop shop providing fitting and repairs and electrical appliances. Adding sustainable value while merging both services and products in one place.

Lisemelo Letsie – Lapeng Foods

Conveniently packages food commodities and fruits. Addressing malnutrition with a main focus on space and time.

Moleboheng Rampoi –The Nala Community Market

Nala is a development initiative targeting Basotho entrepreneurs and equipping them. They run a monthly flee market bringing Basotho products and pushing the quality to match world standards.

And the winner of the August edition of The Hook Up Dinner is Lisemelo Letsie of Lapeng Foods. She’ll be progressing to the TEN Expo 2018 to compete for the M100k equity investment.