In celebration of Women's Month, Smile 90.4 FM has invited four of South Africa's accomplished businesswoman to share their '#Limitless' stories and insights. The radio station says that the event will inspire women through its collaborative feature.

Ashley Hayden

Hayden is a TV and radio presenter, actress, motivational speaker, corporate trainer and emcee. She has travelled the globe and appeared on celebrity editions of reality shows such as Strictly Come Dancing, Come Dine With Me SA and Survivor, where she was voted South Africa’s choice of 'Ultimate Survivor'.

Deshun Deysel

In her 23-year career as a high altitude mountaineer, Deysel has been on 23 expeditions to five continents. In 1996, she made history by being part of the first group of South Africans to plant the new democratic flag on top of Mount Everest.

In addition to becoming the world’s first black female high altitude mountaineer, Deshun has been running an international business, which provides business and executive coaching for digital leaders.

Lynette Ntuli

Ntuli’s accolades include Cosmopolitan’s Fun Fearless Female Award, Mail and Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans Award and Glamour Magazine’s Woman of the Year in the Business category.

She was also the first woman in South Africa to become GM of a regional shopping centre and is the founding director and CEO of a professional services firm.

Rapelang Rabana

Rabana is a computer scientist, internationally lauded technology entrepreneur, thought leader and international keynote speaker.

She has appeared on Oprah Magazine’s O Power List and featured on the Forbes 30 under 30 list for best entrepreneurs of Africa. Additionally, she was named 'Entrepreneur for the World' by the World Entrepreneurship Forum and selected as a 'Young Global Leader' by the World Economic Forum 2017.

Tickets will go on sale on Saturday, 3 August at A portion of all ticket sales will go towards 'Rally to READ'.

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