women in business

 
Joanne Joseph
Joanne Joseph
"For many years women were considered mere autocue monkeys, while men did the really hard-hitting journalism. Thanks to a few important women...
Amelia Rawhani
Amelia Rawhani
A part-time in-house counsel at the Centre for Applied Legal Studies and junior advocate at the Johannesburg Bar Society of Advocates, Amelia...
2017 Young Farmer Awards winner - Vilakazi Farming Business Enterprise
2017 Young Farmer Awards winner - Vilakazi Farming Business Enterprise
Last year’s winners of the Young Farmer Award, Vilakazi Farming Business Enterprise, have been “overwhelmed but excited” thanks to the...
The future must change for women
The future must change for women
All stakeholders agree that the glaring gender inequalities that persist in South Africa require urgent attention. However, there is less agreement...
Women's unpaid work must be included in GDP calculations: Lessons from history
Women's unpaid work must be included in GDP calculations: Lessons from history
It’s been nearly 80 years since British economists James Meade and Richard Stone devised a method of national income accounting that would
Women in Africa claim seat at table
Women in Africa claim seat at table
Africa may be leading the world in terms of women chief executives, but at 5%, it’s nothing to brag about.
Active business women are proactive
Active business women are proactive
This was advice given by Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Tina Joemat-Pettersson to this year’s winners of the Female...
Women defy pariah status to find work in Nigeria’s north
Women defy pariah status to find work in Nigeria’s north
Car washes are a common sight throughout Nigeria, but Aliyu’s roadside business is unique in the North.
Facebook's Sandberg says it's okay for women to cry at work
Facebook's Sandberg says it's okay for women to cry at work
Sandberg shot to global fame after her the publication of her best-selling book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead which talks...

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