07 Aug 2020

REGENT Enterprise Development Hub

Advocate Pria Hassan
Executive Director and Founder WOA (Women of Africa) Group
in a webinar facilitated by
as they discuss the challenges facing women in business in 2020 and
the role women can play in reigniting our economy.

Date: Tuesday, 11 August 2020
Time: 11h00 – 11h45
Link : Click Here (to register)

Pria Hassan
Executive Director and Founder –
WOA (Women of Africa) Group

A South African woman, born in Kwa-Zulu Natal who
graduated from the University of Natal Law school.
Becoming an award-winning and industry-changing
entrepreneur has, for Advocate Pria Hassan, been a
journey paved with steely determination and commitment
to gender inclusivity. The Founder and CEO of the
Women of Africa (WOA) Investment Group- a dynamic
women driven service provider in the pharmaceutical,
construction, logistics and energy sectors – is at the
forefront of women development in South Africa.
WOA, the women owned and managed Black-Economic
Empowerment Company has paved the way for Hassan
and other emergent local business women to trade
in Africa. However, Hassan’s commitment to women
empowerment spans far beyond the unprecedented
footprint created by her company. Since 2011 she has
been awarded multiple local and international awards for
her contribution to the energy, construction, engineering
and legal sectors.

Dr Ronel Blom
Facilitator and Dean of

Prior to joining RBS, she was a researcher specializing
in education and training policy and practice. As such
she was a policy developer, analyzer and critic for more
than 18 years. As the Head of the Research Unit at the
South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) (2001
to 2007), she developed new policies for the emerging
education and training system post the 1994 transition
from Apartheid to a new democratic dispensation, while at
Umalusi (2007 – 2011), as senior manager at this national
quality assurance body for the primary, secondary and
further education and training, she implemented many
of the quality assurance policies that she helped develop
during her time at SAQA. Her research at the University of
the Witwatersrand’s REAL Centre, focused on education
and training sector issues, including the appropriate size
and shape of education, youth employment and skills
development, a national policy for Workplace-based
Learning (WPBL) and Technical and Vocational Education
and Training lecturer development. Both her Masters and
PhD studies investigated the meaningful implementation
of education and training policies in the South African

05 Nov 2019

NBA Finalist 2019

WOA Fuels and Oills CC is a finalist at the National Business Awards: The Oscar’s of South African business

The annual National Business Awards have announced their 2019 finalists!

The awards recognise the success, innovation and ethics of South African companies and organisations across all industry sectors. The Awards also recognise the important social and environmental contributions made by organisations through the excellence of service, commitment to their customers, ethical behaviour and environmental sustainability.

This achievement positions WOA Fuels and Oils as one of South Africa’s top-tier companies in our sector.