THE BRAVE GIRLS

“She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. She walked with the Universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings.” - Ariana Dancu
  1. Sureshnie Rider
    Sureshnie Rider
    Passionate, Bubbly, Community Builder & a Radio Head.
    Sureshnie strives in her personal life to make differences in the Lives of Others. She Co-Founded and launched an Anti- Rape and Anti-Crime campaign called Blow the Whistle alongside Legacy Lifestyle. This is a campaign that literally promotes the blowing of a whistle, to alert for help. An app has also been developed, and the proceeds of sales have resulted in the improved assistance at Angel Care Crisis Centre in the KZN Midlands. As an ambassador she throws herself into her projects and is hoping that the Blow The Whistle project can be part of everyday life. She’s passionate about South Africa and keeping the treasure of it’s people safe and secure.
  2. Letoya Makhene
    Letoya Makhene
    Life is what you make it!
    Letoya is a multi-talented young lady who has taken the entertainment industry by storm. Her accolades include appearing on TV at the tender age of 9, performing a duet with her father at the Africa for Aids Concert at 10 years old she went to Ghana for the Panafest where she brought the house down with her rendition of "I will Always Love You". She also did the closing song for the Common Wealth Games. There seem to be more than 24 hours in Letoya's day because she is also part of the Nubia Youth Development, an organisation started by the family that aims to get people, especially the youth, off the streets and encourage talent.
  3. Samantha Peo
    Samantha Peo
    Samantha Peo is a South African musical theatre actress, singer & dancer.
    Sam was born in Durban but spent most of her childhood in Johannesburg. She owes her passion for the stage and more specifically, musical theatre, to her mom for introducing her to the world of Movie Musicals at an early age. She has performed with orchestras across the country in various concerts, sung for statesmen, dignitaries and celebrities, Recorded voice overs and jingles, appeared in adverts and training videos, acted In Television soaps, performed on international cruise ships, performed in concerts and reviews overseas, written and performed in one woman cabarets, produced Corporate Theatre events and is one the most familiar faces on stages in corporate theatre productions, awards evenings and product launches in the country.
  4. Zuraida Jardine
    Zuraida Jardine
    South African Public Figure, Host & Actress
    She has been in the media industry, TV and Radio, for 20 years. She is currently also a full time student at Wits studying for a degree in Psychology. She has been nominated for South Africa’s Most Stylish Celebrity award in the Elle Style Awards, and as Favourite Female DJ in the Star In You Awards on numerous occasions. She won the People’s Crystal Award for Best Dressed Television Personality, and in 2006 won the YOU award once again, for South Africa’s Favourite Female Personality. She also runs her 'Cocodram'a company in South Africa, producing and designing products for post and pregnant moms, like the popular TUMMY TUCKER.
  5. Kelly Stegen
    Kelly Stegen
    I love being healthy, being fit and being happy.
    Kelfit Lifestyle was started over 4 years ago by Kelly Stegen (International Sports Institute Association) qualified nutritionist and SA Fitness Bikini Athlete and has become a household name across South Africa and even in other countries around the world such as Australia, New Zealand, USA, Dubai and England to name a few.
  6. Chantelle Owens
    Chantelle Owens
    Mrs Planet South Africa 2016
    My dream is to be the difference. I want to follow the path that God has intended for me, diligently and efficiently so that I can touch other’s lives with His grace and influence. I want to be the light and the vessel for God. I’m very passionate about children, and the modelling industry can be very vain and cruel. I want to show that you don’t always need the title, crown or sash to be able to make a difference. I am a proud ambassador for: STOP Suicide SA, Face of Hope, Child Welfare Tshwane, 228 Photography
  7. Jeanette Kruger-Hibbins
    Jeanette Kruger-Hibbins
    Charity & Beauty Ambassador
    Helping other people is my passion - happy heart is important for me. Life you dream!!!! I am also a Fund Raiser for Feed a Child and assist them in Charity Events. We also have our own Family NPO – Koot Foundation (KOOT – Kruger Ongoing Operations Together), our main aim is assisting other NPO. Maya Angelou once said that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.
  8. Nina Hastie
    Nina Hastie
    Top SA Comedian
    Nina Hastie is undoubtedly one of SA’s top female comics. She has headlined big comedy festivals such as the Nando's Comedy Festival. When she opens her mouth her material creates an impression of originality and razor sharp observation. You immediately feel like you’re in the presence of someone who is one of the best. Nina Hastie made history by being the youngest radio host in the country alongside Matt Suttner. The then thirteen year olds produced and presented Ping Pong on the Radio Ripple.
  9. Catherine Grenfell
    Catherine Grenfell
    #ThisIsTherapy
    Catherine used to produce the Fresh Drive, however she has now indulged into her love for South African Music. She mentors various bands and hosts the This Is Therapy show on Open Room.
  10. Zakeeya Patel
    Zakeeya Patel
    Mermaid / Actress
    Zakeeya Patel is a South African actress best known for her television roles as Amita Khan on the M-Net soap opera The Wild and as Dhananjay Patel on the SABC3 drama series High Rollers. In 2013 she was the winner of the sixth season of the SABC3 reality competition Strictly Come Dancing, partnered by professional dancer Ryan Hammond. She also had a recurring role on the SABC1 political thriller series End Game.
  11. Dominique Wolf
    Dominique Wolf
    The Style Coach
    Dominique Wolf is The Style Coach. Personal stylist & shopper, corporate image consultant & wardrobe stylist for film & photo shoots. Dominique understands the personal nature of her business and with many years experience is able to transform your image with zero fuss.
  12. Lonwabo Miso
    Lonwabo Miso
    Radio Personality
    After completing my Architectural Draughting qualification at Inscape Design College, the proverbial bug bit me. In this case, the Broadcasting bug. I started volunteering at Wits’ Campus Radio Station (Vow FM), what started as “I’d love to do news/sports on radio” turned into what seemed like destiny taking its course. I then enrolled at the Wits Radio Academy to take the love of radio to the next level. I went on to win the Bursary Award at the renowned MTN Radio Awards in 2013 & was nominated in the Sports Presenter of the year on Campus Category, the following year, 2014.
  13. Nicola Brosnihan
    Nicola Brosnihan
    Dancing Babe
    Choreographer of the Vodacom Bulls Babes, Owner/Creative Director of NB Dance, a Dance Entertainment Company employed for corporate events, shows, flash mobs and end year functions.
  14. Boipelo Booi
    Boipelo Booi
    Club DJ & Co-Founder of Cherry Funk
    DJ Boipelo is one of the most experienced female DJs in the industry. Boipelo Booi also known as DJ Boipelo was born in Kimberly, Northern Cape, South Africa. DJ Boipelo has 10 years experience under her belt. Her passion for music can be traced back to the days of Club Carnalita and Club Ellesse in Pretoria, Gauteng. Back then she had a collection of recorded cassettes and cd’s as opposed to dolls and love songs. She then knew that music was her calling. Her outstanding DJ-ing skill has helped her build a good reputation in the music industry. DJ Boipelo is no doubt heading for the top.