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This week’s panellists celebrated the essence of these collective discussions through women empowerment.
Here’s what they had to say: The new W24 video series, A Seat At the Table, is a ten-part series that invites three different women from three different generations to share their opinions about various topics.
For some, it's defined from a career perspective of achieving milestones, and for others, it's about good doses of personal happiness.
Both - and all - are valid, and this is a sentiment echoed in Tumi's response about how she defines success as she says "success is finding purpose - when all the dots finally connect and you see your vision growing automatically".
READ MORE: This 21-year-old woman has already written a book, run for office, and is on a mission to end period poverty One might ask how anyone in their twenties can possess this kind of wisdom, and the answer is that the kind of 20-something who surrounds herself with like-minded people, while also not compromising their individuality.
As a result, Tumi says every woman she has met has imparted wisdom to her in some form or another.
Themed "Implementing your success in 2019", the event was received well by attendees as Tumi candidly expressed that "the pressure was on," but she did not disappoint.
I look up to people like DJ Fresh, Chilli M, Mo’Flava, Unathi Msengana and Glen Lewis…People who have managed to remain relevant throughout all these years, their work speaks for itself.”Co-hosting the weekday show – 5FM Nights, with Linda Mbuso on 5FM has given her a role to play and create one of the best night time radio show’s in the country, following her success with DJ Warras previously on The 5th Element.Tumi Voster is a South African TV and radio personality on 5FM. She kickstarted her TV career in 2005, where she was a winner of a nationwide presenter search competition on In 2011, Tumi furthered her studies in Marketing and graduated with a Marketing Communications degree at the University of Johannesburg.“My dream since I was young has always been to find something I’m passionate about and be the best that I can be in whatever that is.Luckily for me my passion fell in the entertainment industry and I have never looked back ever since”.In the same year Tumi graduated, she also started working for an urban youth radio station based in Johannesburg.Tumi spent three years learning and falling in love with the radio space.“Radio really fascinated me because it was so different to television.