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Q&A Sessions: Marcia Mayaba —Driven to open doors for women

Smashing: Marcia Mayaba is confident that she can achieve a 40% female staff complement in the company she heads by September 2021. Photo: Barloworld

Marcia Mayaba has been in the motor industry for 24 years, donning hats that include receptionist, driver, fuel attendant, dealer principal and now chief executive at Barloworld Motor Retail. She talks to Tshegofatso Mathe about her love of cars, the changes she is making in a competitive industry — and why her nervous breakdown was ‘necessary’

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