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SA is losing enough money to gender-based violence each year to send over a million children to school or build several hospitals. It's only fitting that the World Economic Forum on Africa was forced to take a good look at the problem, says Marelise van der Merwe.
Don't patronise - do something tangible, says Donna Rachelson.
What in the world?
Small steps and giant leaps. It's time to take women to infinity and beyond.
The IMF says if countries with low gender equality improved their equality ratings, they could see their economies grow by an average of 35% - yet 88% of countries still have restrictions against women in the workplace embedded in their constitutions or laws, writes Donna Rachelson.
While breaking into the male-dominated world of senior management is tough, there are a few things women can do to make it easier for themselves while climbing the corporate ladder – all the way to the top, says Kumeshnee West.
The social media giant once again finds itself under scrutiny after it was found that they absolve less than half of the harassment claims made on the site.
Speaking at the launch of the Global Commission of the Future of Work Report, President Cyril Ramaphosa has praised the idea of mandatory reporting of pay discrepancies.
Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, the Saudi teen who fled her country says she plans to pursue an education, get a job and live a normal life in Canada while advocating in support of freedom for women around the world.
"I want my son to have a high emotional IQ where he is free to be caring, truthful, and honest." No ordinary mom, Beyoncé shares why she wants her children to grow up without limitation, and gender stereotypes are no exception.
South African women spend nearly five times more time on unpaid care and domestic work than men, according to an Oxfam report.
If you didn't know, now you know.
A first-of-its-kind survey of bullying and sexual harassment of lawyers and advocates around the world has found high levels of both in South Africa – and most legal professionals don't believe their employers can fix things.
After an eventful few weeks, Sifiso Skenjana ponders how organisations can better leverage women's financial know-how.
One step forward, two steps back.
This International Women's Day is all about the girl child. And she's got a few pressing questions for the powers that be.
More women are tackling gender bias in the workplace thanks to the #MeToo movement, but unless a clear company policy on gender equality is in place, with the unequivocal support of top leadership, the impact of such collective action could be lost, says Kumeshnee West.
Women's March, a national nonprofit organisation that evolved from the initial Washington march, again hosted its main event in Washington, with hundreds of "sister" marches in other cities.
Small steps equal big strides for all women.
The South African Council of Churches says it is disgusted by the 'shocking and unbelievable utterances' made by Reverend Vukile Mehana.
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