Tickets to Isolezwe's highly popular women's club, Intandokazi, are so sought after, they sell out within a day. Started eight years ago, Intandokazi seminars are held quarterly. Between 250 and 300 delegates pay R250 to attend the meetings held in upmarket conference centres in Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Port Shepstone and Empangeni.
Intandokazi ladies enjoying the good music with Brenda Mhlongo.
"The speed with which tickets are sold demonstrates how loyal women are to the club and how much they look forward to the presentations and demonstrations which form part of club meetings," says Isolezwe and Isolezwe ngeSonto Marketing Executive, Precious Gumede.
Held on a Saturday mornings from 9h00 until 13h00 (including breakfast and lunch), delegates receive sponsored products and prizes and benefit from presentations on topics ranging from financial, beauty and legal advice to motivational speakers.
Celebrating Isolezwe ngeSonto's 1st birthday at Intandokazi meeting last year were Vuyi Gama (Inecto brand ambassador), Thulani Mbatha(Isolezwe Editor), Bridgette Shabalala(Regional Head: Dept of Justice KZN) and Precious Gumede (Isolezwe Marketing Executive)
"We have big plans for the club in 2010," says Gumede. "We are going to introduce a membership card and are working at increasing the frequency of the meetings as well as upping our capacity to 500.
"We will be going to Ulundi for the very first time in 2010 and are aiming to host seminars in Pongola, Ladysmith and Newcastle.
"Much of the Intandokazi's strength comes from the generous support of regular sponsors - the Department of Justice KZN, Ithala, Inecto, Playtex and Golden Cloud."
If your company wants to get involved in Intandokazi, give Precious a call on 031 308 2575, drop her a mail at or ring her on 083 715 0034.