Cherry Armstrong is the director and founder of the NPC, ‘Celebrate Life SA’, where the key focus is on the empowerment of women in rural
Author: Cherry Armstrong
I met Londi in Umhlali and she was losing her job in the kitchen at a restaurant due to the restaurant closing We decided she
KZN Top business woman of 2022
Another lady who has waited anxiously since our floods to receive a micro bakery and set up her own business. Good luck Thobile, you ladies
Busisiwe was baking from home on a small scale and has become the latest owner of an Ubuntu Microbakery. Her enthusiasm is infectious and she
Nozipho Ndlovu is so appreciative of her new micro bakery in a rural area so in need of basic supplies like bread. What a great
After many months of waiting patiently for a micro bakery, Monica and her team were finally rewarded with their start up business and they are
Super proud of our new bakers trained at Summerhill House in Charka’s Kraal KwaZulu Natal. Rejoice Nzuza, we wish you luck with your new team.
In 2018 I felt incredibly privileged to win an award titled “Serving Community in South Africa” at the SA Chamber of Commerce UK Annual Business & Community Awards, and even more so to attend the dinner at the House of Lords afterward! But the nomination as one of the Women of the Future from Santam Insurance – specifically in the Social Entrepreneur category – means just that much more as it is recognition from the country I love.
Another great project completed in the Natal Midlands with Thombizonke Nene heading up the team as chief baker.