Projects with Sma Mathibeli


Dinner with…

Dinner with (selected guests) is a concept that is rooted on the selection of a certain individuals that is excelling and doing exceptionally well in their business, career or any line of work that this individuals is in. This candidate is therefore tasked to select approximately three of their friends or other individuals that they relate with that they also strong believe that are excelling in what they are currently doing. The individuals are thereafter profiled and looking at what they do and the different areas of discussion they will look at during their dinner that should be structured and grounded to impact and make a difference in the lives of those that will attend and will be having dinner with the candidates.

The main objective of this event is to ‘Enhance awareness and create a more informed understanding on the opportunities, issues and approaches of Entrepreneurship Empowerment with resultant attention and resources directed towards supporting entrepreneurs’.


The main focus of these series of events is to engage with a diverse group of some of Africa’s most inspiring women discussing/sharing stories and experiences that matter the most to them from entrepreneurship, overcoming diversity, motherhood, workplace, aspirations, body confidence and their advice to the next generation of women.

Value is created through tapping into people realities as well as daily challenges. Every individual has a voice that deserves to be heard and the focus is to assure that every woman feels that they can be heard and that their opinion matters because they matter.

Moderated by a successful business woman, Group CEO of Calvin and Family Group, award winning Content Producer and a Director of Unique Communications, Black Pride Media including the Unique Lifestyle Café Restaurant Mrs Sma Mathibeli. The series features women from a wide range of industries and vocations.

This features women from different backgrounds, age and racial groups. Sma Mathibeli intends to use this content to start a conversation beyond the table that taps into the diversity of South African women and tapping into issues that affect them the most while simultaneously challenging them to come up with solutions.