MMI's Mary Vilakazi: Change is natural, not radical

2018-02-11 06:36

Mary Vilakazi has come a long way - from being a young woman with ambitions of being a lawyer to being one of the most influential female leaders in corporate South Africa.

Percolating learning and wisdom

2017-10-29 06:00

Sue Grant-Marshall speaks to Nicola Kleyn about the world of business schools and MBAs.

Winning women: Wind talker

2017-10-15 06:00

Brenda Martin, CEO of the SA Wind Energy Association, has spent over a decade focusing her own considerable energy on creating climate change awareness, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

Winning women: Making a difference

2017-08-20 06:00

Attorney Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame, who was recently appointed as a director in the mining practice at ENSafrica, the continent’s largest law firm, has achieved a life goal: to be different and make a difference, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

Winning Women: Banking on home loans

2017-03-19 06:00

Funeka Montjane has not only broken through the glass ceiling at Standard Bank’s ultramodern head office in Rosebank, but also smashed all stereotypes about women in business.


Winning women: Uncovering the bones of healing

2017-11-12 11:20

"What drives us in the Missing Persons Task Team is much more than recovering a body; it is about finding the remains of a life that mattered and handing them back to their family in a dignified, solemn and moving ceremony," says Madeleine Fullard

Winning women: Love actuary

2017-10-29 06:00

Considering insurance to be a social good, Karabo Morule is passionate about her field and thriving as MD in personal finance.

Captain of SA's postal service

2017-09-17 06:00

"I believe the huge ship that is the SA Post Office is beginning to turn around – we are going to make it work,” says a confident Lindiwe Kwele.

Winning women: Queen of disruption

2017-04-30 06:15

Magda Wierzycka, the only female CEO of a fintech company in Africa, recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of her founding of Sygnia.

Winning women: Growing excellence

2017-03-05 06:00

Joyene Isaacs has been head of the Western Cape’s department of agriculture since 2010. Her clean audits, passion for farming and commitment to transformation saw her department recently declared consistently the best in SA, writes Sue Grant-Marshall

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