Hungry Woman at Work

AUDIODACIOUS  |  Podcast , ±29 min episodes every 4 weeks, 5 days  | 
Hungry Woman at Work is a podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul.

Be inspired by the stories of women who are making an impact in their spheres of influence, be it in the boardroom, the classroom, on the field, at an NGO, or at home.

And get some snippets of advice on issues facing women in the workplace, from mentorship and leadership, to being healthy at work.

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09
MAR
2019

Ep 8: "There is a client for everybody. Someone needs what you have” with Rezaine Desai

"Even in a saturated market, there is a client for everybody."

Are you dreaming of starting your own business or side hustle but you don't know where the money will come from? Or perhaps you think there are already too many others out there doing the same thing you'd like to start?

In this episode of Hungry Woman at Work, Nevelia Moloi chats to Rezaine Desai, who runs her own business as a wedding, portrait and lifestyle photographer.

Rezaine shares how she left behind a "safe" income to pursue her passion, and the lessons she's learnt along the way. She believes that, even in a saturated market, there is enough for everyone. You've just gotta have faith, she says.

Nevelia also shares about different funds that are specifically aimed at funding women enterprise. Listen now!

#HWaW #WomenInBusiness #StartOwnBusiness
Mzeelia Media website Audiodacious website Rezaine Desai Photography
25
FEB
2019

Ep 7: Kholofelo Tsoloane “The uniform does not change who I am”

Have you ever walked into a meeting and been “the only” one of “your kind” in a room? As a young woman working in the military being “the only” is a regular occurrence for our guest on this episode. Yet she has determined to not let the uniform change who she is.

In episode 7, Nevelia Moloi chats to Kholofelo Tsoloane, a biokineticist working in the South African Military Health Services. Kholo knows what it is to be the only female in a male-dominated environment. Yet she has found ways to keep her feminine soul thriving.

If you’re struggling with time management and punctuality, Kholo fills us in on how the army can help you!

And in the listener question section, we talk about how to not let a lack of resources stand in the way of your creativity.
Audiodacious Kholofelo Tsoloane - Instagram
10
FEB
2019

Ep 6: Julie Cunningham "The more secure a leader is the more she'll raise up those behind her"

"The more secure a woman leader is the more she’s prepared to raise up those behind her"

In this episode, Nevelia Moloi chats to Julie Cunningham, a woman who's been in media for many years and is now a business consultant specialising in strategic communications.

Julie - whose had stints at Carte Blanche, eNCA and CNN - speaks about women in media, the importance of being secure in yourself as a leader, and how to not compromise on family values.

She also tells about the miraculous power of a cup of tea in a busy mom's life!
Mzeelia Media Audiodacious
21
DEC
2018

Ep 5: How to keep your soul in tact this festive season

"Take a break from social media. Keep it simple. Take time away by yourself. Get intentional rest..."

In the final episode for 2018, Hungry Woman at Work listeners and host Nevelia Moloi share their tips for thriving in the festive season, what lessons they've learnt in 2018, and how to be more effective in 2019.

#HWaW #WorkSuccess #WorkingWomen

Credit: 2018 photo by Steven VanDesande Jr on Unsplash
Mzeelia Media website Audiodacious website
01
DEC
2018

Ep 4: Lerato Thekiso "I was gonna have it all without compromising my values"

Episode 4 of Hungry Woman at Work - the podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul.

In this episode, host Nevelia Moloi chats to Lerato Thekiso, managing partner at Thekvest Legal Advisory Services and founder of the Unleashed Leadership Development Foundation.

Lerato, a businesswoman and speaker, shares about creating a new expression of women in law, unlocking the potential of young people and creating authentic sisterhood.

And as a former Miss Limpopo, she offers some beauty hacks for working women!
Thekvest Legal Audiodacious website Mzeelia Media website
24
NOV
2018

Ep 3: "Make it easier for the women coming after you" with Annie McWalter

Episode 3 of Hungry Woman at Work - the podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul.

In this episode, host Nevelia Moloi chats to Annie McWalter, the CEO of The Hope Factory and SAICA Enterprise Development.

Annie shares about exciting job opportunities for accounting students in South Africa, and the importance of first leading yourself before you can lead others.

And she encourages women in leadership to make it easier for the women coming after them.
The Hope Factory Audiodacious website Mzeelia Media website
09
NOV
2018

Ep 2: "I lead as myself" with Mbali Ndandani

Episode 2 of Hungry Woman at Work - the podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul.

In this episode, host Nevelia Moloi chats to Mbali Ndandani who is the Africa digital lead for Unilever.

Mbali speaks about being a woman in tech and some of her bug bears in the tech space right now.

She also shares her advice to unemployed graduates and leadership lessons from basketball... including who she'd choose as her COO between Steph Curry or LeBron James!
Audiodacious website Mzeelia Media website Mbali Ndandani on twitter
09
NOV
2018

Hungry Woman at Work: How it all started

When people hear the name "Hungry Woman at Work" it raises a few eyebrows and evokes different images.

Nevelia Moloi, founder of the show, explains where it all started and how this is not an office diet challenge but a show for the woman who wants to thrive at work without losing her soul.

#HWaW #HungryWomanAtWork
24
OCT
2018

Hungry Woman At Work E01 - feat Simidele Adeagbo

Episode 1 of Hungry Woman at Work - the podcast for the woman who wants to thrive at work, without losing her soul!

In this launch episode, host Nevelia Moloi chats to athlete Simidele Adeagbo. Simidele made history in the 2018 Winter Olympics as the first African female to compete in the sport of skeleton.

Simidele shares how it feels to go downhill on an icetrack at 140km/hr, the workplace lessons she's learnt through her sport and how she's using her work to positively impact the lives of others.

Oh, and some exercises hacks for working women!
Simidele's website Audiodacious

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