If you’re wondering what to watch this Women’s Month, we have put playlists, based on the themes that our inspirational women identified, together to cater for every woman’s taste.

Lindsey Abrahams – Women are Colourful

Bubbly brunette Lindsey Abraham is a familiar face on kykNET and is most well-known for her role in Suidooster. This Cape-Town turned Johannesburg resident chose the word “colourful” to describe women, and we’ve put together a playlist in honour of that.

Motshidisi Mohono – Women are Pioneers

It’s all about strong women on Motshidisi’s pioneer-inspired playlist. This award-winning SuperSport presenter loves rugby, football and tennis and recently was named on the Mail and Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans list.

Elma Smit - Women are Wonderful

Elma leaped into the sporting radar when she won the SuperSport Lady Rugga presenter search. Since then she’s been a regular on our screens, and the airwaves. Elma was recently chosen to be an ICC Cricket World Cup Insider. Jump into Elma’s wonderful playlist.

Thando Hopa – Women are Multi-faceted

If you don’t know her name, you probably recognise her face. Thando is a South African model and activist, changing the way that albinism is portrayed. But did you know she’s also a lawyer? Women are multi-faceted indeed! See her playlist.

Lorcia Cooper – Women are Love

This SAFTA-winning actress could not be more different from the character Tyson she plays on Mzansi Magic’s popular women’s prison show Lockdown. She’s also recently joined the cast of The Queen as the non-nonsense Cordelia. Check out Lorcia’s love-inspired playlist:

Janine van Wyk – Women are Influential

The captain of Banyana Banyana hit the nail on the head. Women ARE influential and Janine van Wyk should know; she sets the bar high. See Janine’s winning playlist for Women’s Month »

Tsholofelo Matshaba – Women are Anchors

Tsholofelo plays Odirile Kwena on Mzansi Magic’s hit soapie The Throne. She describes herself as a “staunch Motswana woman, passionate about life and art”. Tsholo describes women as the anchors of their families and communities. Enjoy this playlist inspired by Tsholo’s choice of word:

Mandisa Mfeka – Women are Awe-inspiring

Major Mandisa Mfeka is South Africa’s first black woman combat fighter pilot, and earlier this year she took part in the air formation flown overhead at Loftus Versveld during the presidential inauguration. Mandisa flys the flag high and this playlist embodies her spirit.

Lesego Tlhabi – Women are Power

Don’t be fooled by her online persona, YouTube vlogger Lesego Tlhabi has studied theatre at Brunel University London in England and musical theatre in New York. Dubbed a “millennial satirist” Lesego’s brilliant skits as “Coconut Kelz” has garnered her loads of fans. Her playlist is all about personal power.