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From baby to boardroom - the importance of employing mothers
From baby to boardroom - the importance of employing mothers
When women become mothers one of their fears is they will lose themselves. Rather than seeing pregnancy and birth as a learning experience or a...
How women who work are held back by a lack of quality daycare in Africa
How women who work are held back by a lack of quality daycare in Africa
Women’s economic empowerment hinges on the assurance that quality and affordable child care is available so that they can go about the business...
Opinion: A workplace for women, by women
Opinion: A workplace for women, by women
Women sabotage their own careers by slowing down in anticipation of having a family way before it is necessary.
Baby myths shattered
Baby myths shattered
It was a marvellous weekend for the anaesthetist in the Drakensberg. The long weekend had smoothed into a lazy affair and by Monday he knew that he...
Mom at work
Mom at work
The notion of the "ideal worker" as essentially male and free of domestic responsibilities still permeates the thinking of many employers.

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