Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Nov 6, 2020

EVENT: Konnekted Presents Black Women's Voices in Policy, Advocacy and Social Justice

As we grapple with the complexity of being an underrepresented, largely marginalised...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Oct 15, 2020

This is what we SHOULD be stigmatising

In all honesty, we live in a pretty f*cky world which means...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Sep 10, 2020

World Suicide Prevention Day: 10 September 2020

According to the World Health Organisation, 1 in 4 people suffer from...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Sep 10, 2020

[WATCH] Good Hope FM Warrior Women Webinar

I recently had the pleasure of being a panelist for Good Hope...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Apr 15, 2020

Parenting when you feel like you have nothing left to give

When I was 21, I gave birth to the most beautiful little...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Apr 2, 2020

Take care: Body & mind

I’ve always been a generally active person. I’ve always done the usual...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Mar 31, 2020

Recalibrating what matters in the midst of COVID-19

As March draws to an end, I had to take time to...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Mar 18, 2020

Defining Deserving

At the top of this year, one of the things I chose...

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Mar 10, 2020

Quarterly check-in: How are you doing?

The start of every year always brings with a melting pot of feelings, ideas and commitments. We set our intentions and goals for our health, our weight loss, our fitness, our relationships, our finances and, of course​, our careers.

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Sihle Bolani
Posted by Sihle Bolani
Mar 8, 2020

Gender equality is not enough

As organisations all over the world speak about gender inequality statics and how their organisations are working on solutions and policies to ensure equality (pay parity and opportunities for career advancement), what is often missing from these conversations and new policies is the acknowledgment of the fact that gender inequality isn’t a blanket experience.

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