Who We Are

Welcome to Women of Substance SA (WOSSA), a faith-based, non-denominational organization, a division of KEEP THE DREAM 193 who partner with other NPO’s (Non profit organisations).

What we Do

We run various programs through forums for Men, Women, Children and Families including the blended ones, as a unit which are designed to enable them….. Read More.

Brave Hearts

The Women of Substance Network salute women who have shown courage in their storms, tenacity through adversity.

Our Vision

To identify, train, equip men, women and children in order to realize their God – given destiny expressed through service in the home, workplace and their community at large, and in so doing eradicate poverty and restore dignity.

Our Mission

It’s Our Mission to allow the unlimited power of God to work within US as we transfer knowledge and skills through networking and encouraging others to be role-models; God transforms us from mediocrity to extraordinary as we provide a platform for coaching and mentoring.

Our Core Purpose

Women of Substance focus on a core part of the church family and society; the Christian woman, this is a place where women connect… relax and refresh… share their hearts and shape each others’ lives through the word of God!

About Us

To me, a person of substance is one whose life has been so drastically impacted by God that it should be the very driving force for being a person of tenacity. One who may or may not have gone through hardships and even if he/she didn’t “win” still comes out stronger, smarter and wiser; one who supports others and no matter what the cost they still lead — despite what others think or say. A person who “uses” their life as a living testimony … who by no means is a spectator but a participator as is a part of the solution as opposed to the problem.

  • Conferences


    We are living in an era where social media is the instant thing, although some assume conferences are no longer effective. I differ to the norm as conferences are still the most effective learning and networking platforms today, especially in ministry.

  • Workshops


    Our workshops take place when we introduce new concepts, spurring engagement for activation. We use this platform to network and create synergy, producing a sense of community as we focus on a common goal.

  • Seminars


    Seminars are smaller group gatherings that solely focus on a discipline or specific topic. Our seminars usually take place over a period of one day, depending on the topic, but could extend for up to five days with multiple speakers which involves cooperative discussions, identifying and exploring solutions to problems.

  • Information Sessions


    These sessions can last from one to three hours with Q and A at the end. They offer you the opportunity to learn about the organization and its programs and experiential learning opportunities with various methods in which you can engage.

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