#GCS 7.9.17 Pt3

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The formidable Edith Venter has graced the South African social, business and philanthropy scenes for years on end, yet shows no sign of stopping. Gareth gets to know more about the woman who has become synonymous with glitz, glamour and lots of hard work. As a mother to sons Blane and Marc, wife to Johnny Schwartz, head of Edith Unlimited and a person with a heart of gold as a support of many charity organisations, Edith shares the lessons she's learned from juggling such varied, fabulous hats.
7 Sep 2017 2AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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