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Women of the Overberg

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Women of the Overberg: Melissa Burns

Melissa is the youngest General Manager and first female to head up operations at The Marine Hotel, Hermanus. With experience gained at Palm Beach and Chicago to her credit, Melissa returned home to join the Red Carnation Hotel Collection. She then moved to...

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Women of the Overberg: Anneme Grobler

Anneme is the owner of a small business, Anna Me. The business has a physical shop in Onrus and an efficient online store. The business transforms beautiful and interesting fabrics into personal style statements from pencil cases, lunch and laptop bags to aprons....

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Women of the Overberg: Pamela Gordon

Pamela Gordon has been in the wine industry for many years. Most of these were spent in Hemel-en-Aarde at Creation Wines. She travels to Creation from her home in Hawston and does the school run before receiving guests and pouring wines. Pamela says...

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Women of the Overberg: Melun Jeptha

Melun Jeptha is a professional natural scientist. She grew up in Hawston and came back home after completing her studies. She has established her small business Ohana Environmental Consultants and Projects with the mission to protect the environment for future generations to come....

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Women of the Overberg: Corlea Fourie & Natasha Williams

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_single_image image="6046" img_size="full"][vc_column_text]Corlea Fourie Corlea decided on a career while working in pubs and restaurants in Scotland during a gap year. The social side of winemaking and the science behind it was the combination that she was looking for. After completing a winemaking...

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Women of the Overberg: Leanne Dryburgh

Leanne is well known for capturing some magnificent Overberg moments on camera and has trained many aspiring photographers, including tourism staff. Not only does she give expert guidance on the optimal use of cameras but she also teaches how to apply the camera...

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Women of the Overberg: Cynthia Booysen

Hawston resident, Cynthia Booysen, started her business, Reflections, in 2018. Reflections produces lasercut products, bathsalts, lotions, necklaces, t-shirts, and many more. They are famous for their earnings. These are word based and you can give Cynthia any letters or word to make dangling...

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Women of the Overberg: Mags Baleta

Only 6 years ago Mags and her family took over at Stanford’s Klein River Cheese. A re-branding exercise followed and with an updated look Klein River continued to roll in the awards for the quality Overberg cheeses produced on the farm 7kms outside...

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Women of the Overberg: Pinkey Ngewu

It’s Women’s Month and we celebrate the amazing women of our region. Meet Pinkey. Pinkey is the manager of the Dyer Island Conservation Trust and collaborate often with students of the Marine Dynamics Academy. She’s also the person with the widest smile in Gansbaai!...