Martha Ermias (Personal & Business Coach) talks about adapting in COVID-19 times

Experts say the impact of COVID-19 has been much more damaging psychologically than health wise. Though there have been over 2 million 30 thousand deaths so far, 60 million others have survived the disease. However, everyone has suffered the effect of the pandemic in one way or the other. One of the greatest impacts of the Coronavirus has been global stress which could be stronger and more dangerous at individual level. Prior to COVID-19, motivational speakers engaged their audiences in topics far different from an unexpected pandemic. Now amid the Coronavirus and the stress that has accompanied it, has motivational speaking adapted to the topic of the day. Martha Ermias is a leading motivational speaker in the Ethiopian and Eritrean community in the United States. She joins us to explain how COVID-19 has shaped her thoughts.


African Fiesta 169 – Ebangha Njang talks about latest SA MAJESTE mag

When you educate a man, you have educated an individual, but when you educate a woman,  you have done so for an entire nation, so goes an old adage. When a musician held that the woman is the mother of humanity and must be treated with subtlety,  he was making a great point. Then, a woman to celebrate other women deserves every single accolade she gets. These reflections are translated into SA MAJESTE, this leading magazine that tells stories of how young women are striking the cords of success, in a bid to inspire their kind. Its publisher,  Ebangha Njang,  presses the magazine’s mouth-watering 7th issue on AFRICAN FIESTA this Saturday. Join us as from 9:30am EST  (3:30pm gmt +1) on Catch up then!