The Women series is an archive of intimate portraits of the courageous woman that wear
Jewellery in African tribology has served to mark initiatory transitions and has aggregated women's circles where stories and blessings were shared and communities were made. PICHULIK pieces can be worn as talismans to a community of bold brave women, and here we document sensitive investigations into these women’s lives.
MEET OUR WOMEN AND THE
INSPIRING STORIES TOLD THROUGH
"SHE MANAGES TO CALM AND COAX EFFECTIVE ANSWERS FROM EVEN THE MOST RELUCTANT INTERVIEWEES, COMPLEMENTING THEIR ANSWERS WITH HER OWN INDIVIDUAL FLAVOUR OF COMMENTARY TO PRESENT THE FULL PICTURE. "
Talia Sanhewe is an award winning reporter who has worked for CNBC Africa, CNN International, Oprah Magazine and Forbes Africa.
In 2009, Talia won the Vodacom Journalist of the Year in the Television News Category for her piece focusing on HIV/AIDS prevention through social entrepreneurship. Starting her own production company, Talia production, she now exercises her ambitions as an entrepreneur, producer and keynote speaker.
Talia has forged a space of her own in the realm of storytelling, and through her sensitive and insightful approach
has extracted honest and intimate interviews
from a plethora of high profile subjects.
Her courage to go after opportunities, even in risky climates, has won her the respect of her colleagues. Unchartered ground being her terrain of choice has meant that her career is testament to her trust and faith in the face of the unknown. Usually camera ready in the spotlight, these portraits of Talia serve to reveal the subtleties of her nature, and the abundance of contemplation and spiritual enquiry that underpin and nourish this brave woman’s’ success.