Women's selflessness, dedication to their families and bravery in tackling the apartheid government will be remembered with electric performances in Pretoria.
The Women's Day Music Session will be hosted by Mzansi Promotions and Exhibitions at the Morula Hotel and Casino in Tshwane on August 10 from 10am.
Intent on taking their audience on a journey of perseverance, determination, love, generosity, courage and dignity will be artists such as Lira, Chomee, Basadi Woman of Jazz, Queen Sesoko, Ayanda, Letang, Nomvula and Tsholo.
It will be a performance that promises to create lasting memories and educate youngsters about the women's history of courage and the importance of celebrating icons and their milestones.
Sophie Ndaba, who plays Queen Moroka in the soapie Generations, will be programme director for the day.
There is no doubt that her controversial and contradictory role has endeared her to lovers of the riveting and occasionally hot and cold soapie.
The first 100 women to make it to the festival will be spoilt with gifts from Lillets, flowers, and hampers.
Tickets will set you back R120.