SweepStar Stories – Nape Matlala On How Her Mom’s Breast Cancer Ordeal Made Her An Early Detection Advocate

In the second of our blog posts for Breast Cancer Awareness month, we turn the spotlight on Nape Matlala, who lost her mother to the disease in 2009. The years-long ordeal has made her a serious advocate for early detection and treatment. When Nape’s mother fell ill in 2005, she went straight to a doctor… Read More SweepStar Stories – Nape Matlala On How Her Mom’s Breast Cancer Ordeal Made Her An Early Detection Advocate

SweepStar Stories – Our SweepStar Shares Her Experience With Breast Cancer

According to the National Cancer Registry, 1 in 27 South African women face a lifetime risk of developing breast cancer – that means women are more likely to develop breast cancer than any other form of the disease. It does not discriminate by race, class or income. Chances are … at some point or other,… Read More SweepStar Stories – Our SweepStar Shares Her Experience With Breast Cancer

SweepStar Stories – From SweepStar To Onboarding Assistant

At SweepSouth, we know that our platform provides valuable employment opportunities to women, many of whom are the sole breadwinners in their families. But we’re also aware that many of our SweepStars dream of bigger things. Occasionally, we get to be a part of making those dreams happen, bringing in SweepStars to work in our… Read More SweepStar Stories – From SweepStar To Onboarding Assistant

SweepStar Stories – Domestic Worker Studying For A Brighter Future

Sihle Ndlovu’s dream is to open her own laundromat. But limited finances delayed her goals as she was previously unable to save enough money to pay for the necessary courses to start her own business. After a number of career pursuits, the Zimbabwean born mom of two, who lives in Midrand, is now working as… Read More SweepStar Stories – Domestic Worker Studying For A Brighter Future