The new rules are an improvement, but proper implementation is vital, writes Murray Hunter and Cherese Thakur.
Partly cloudy. Mild.
In 2020, women in all industries are still fighting for equality.
Believe it or not, female scientists are responsible for early sketches of the computer and the DNA double helix — but they often weren't given credit for their work originally.
How does Kiran Bedi, India's first and most senior former policewoman, tackle workplace sexism? She talks about dealing with mansplaining on the WorklifeIndia podcast.
While many SA companies reward hard work and engagement, there are situations that blur the lines between unfair practices and human rights infringements, says an expert.
We need to have responsible black professionals who will be proactive in using their resources to advocate for the betterment of black people, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
A visually impaired Paralympian swimmer has emerged victorious from a three-year discrimination battle with Cape Town wine farm Durbanville Hills, following a settlement agreement.
Zendaya firmly believes that stepping into predominantly white spaces helps to create opportunities for black people.
You can choose to be an armchair critic who sees everything wrong with all the efforts of others. I choose to get my hands dirty, writes Sello Hatang.
New Orleans has elected LaToya Cantrell as its first female mayor who helped her neighbourhood recover from Hurricane Katrina's devastation.
By at least one metric, men and women in technology are treated the same: As they get older, they struggle to get hired in equal measures.
Female scientists are responsible for early sketches of the computer and the DNA double helix — but they often weren't given credit for their work originally.
A recent PwC Strategy& analysis found that by closing the gender pay gap in both pay and representation by just 10% could yield an additional 3.2% in GDP growth and reduce unemployed job seekers by 6.5%.
A study of the happiness among people in 155 countries identified six common factors which determine about 75% of how happy people are likely to be.
Taraji P. Henson managed to turn her Walk of Fame honour into a big empowerment moment as she encouraged her fellow actresses to keep fighting for equality to make things easier for the next generation of young stars.
Believe it or not, women scientists are responsible for early sketches of the computer, the DNA double helix, and even splitting an atom.
Umbrella funds are one of the biggest barriers to the transformation of the asset management sector as they offer a large list of services in-house and own the value chains, making it difficult for black asset managers to penetrate the market.
Robotics Barbie is a lab-coat-and-glasses-wearing robotics engineer, a far cry from the 1992 “math class is tough” version.
PwC surveyed over 3,600 professional women to mark international women’s day and found that 63% of South African women have aspirations to be a top level executive, according to the report.
SA’s private sector finally seems more intent on transforming, although it does not agree with the policy of redistributing existing wealth as pushed by the radical wing of the ANC.
Black people in South Africa significantly lag behind white, coloured and Indian people in the key areas of education, employment, household spending, home ownership and access to medical aid, according to an SA Institute of Race Relations study.
Cape TownMass Staffing ProjectsR400 000.00 - R600 000.00 Per Year
Cape TownTumaini ConsultingR720 000.00 - R960 000.00 Per Year
Western CapePlacement Point (Pty) Ltd
R 5 750 000
R 4 800 000
R 2 950 000
We subscribe to the Press Code.
You choose what you want
News24 on Android
Get the latest from News24 on your Android device.
Terms and Conditions
24.com Terms and Conditions - Updated April 2012
Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24.
This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire 24.com network.