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About Saysha Nicolson
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Saysha Till was a Guest Speaker at the Margaret Hirsch Entrepreneurs Workshop in November and spoke about social media and the current trends post COVID-19
Saysha Till (aka Saysha Nicolson, that crazy creative chick, pixel princess, paintbrush whisperer) is the Owner of Immortal Art Design and our Umhlanga Women Achiever Award Winner in the Business Category for 2019.
Umhlanga Women Achievers would like to give a shout out to Saysha Till, who has been a ray of sunshine during this lockdown period, tirelessly giving of her time whether it is assisting everyone with social media, computer or UIF issues and the list goes on. Thank you for being a great UWA ambassador!
It’s tough for many business owners and employees through this lockdown period; we all feel a bit disconnected and lost in uncertainty with COVID-19. There are a few things that we can do during lockdown to reconnect with each other.
Don’t get caught up in Fake News; you can follow the South African government website https://www.gov.za/Coronavirus for all the latest updates and reports on the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
During the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, we are taking steps to protect the health of our team members and reduce the need for people to come into our offices. As a result, there may be some temporary limitations and delays in support as we prioritize critical services.