The old flag was the product of attempts to unify white South Africa, to the exclusion of black South Africans, writes Pieter du Toit.
A study by the University College London revealed that women face a higher risk of depression than men from working extra long hours.
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The public and private sectors can and must do more to help support and develop the careers of young South African women, specifically in media, says Pontsho Manzi.
All over the world, including in SA, women make up just a tiny proportion of fund managers. This lack of diversity has a negative impact on clients, the industry, and on the country.
This International Women’s Day, employers around the world need to recommit themselves to doing more to make it easier for women to work and lead, says Dr Linda Ronnie.
Society has been preconditioned to believe that women are notcapable of being business leaders, but that has to change.
Celebrating women entrepreneurs from around South Africa who are making their own way in the economy
The issues, challenges and problems of, and opportunities for women in the workplace are always before us, but are given special emphasis during Women’s’ Month.
The International Women's Media Foundation has announced the recipients for this year's Courage in Journalism Awards.
If you are a women in business and living in Cape Town, check out the annual Women in Business event this Friday 16th August at the Waterfront Pavilion Clock Tower.
The revolution that will change the status quo will be ignited by women, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
If you want to improve your profits – get more women into senior positions. It seems that "leaning in" is not only important for the advancement of women's rights, but it makes financial sense, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Catherine Wijnberg talks about successful women entrepreneurs and the importance of female role models in a male-dominated business world.
At least 51% of South Africans are women. If we don’t empower half of our human capital to reach their full potential, we are further hobbling our economy. Gayle Edmunds unpacks new research into gender equality in corporate SA.
The heads of Bank of America, American Electric Power, Coca-Cola and 24 more large global firms have pledged to boost the number of women in their top ranks.
Mandi Smallhorne takes an ironic look at what women have yet to achieve in SA.
We get advice from four female entrepreneurs on how they turned their venture into a successful business and how to keep it that way.
If you don’t believe in yourself, you will never know if you can succeed in business, says Kalyani Pillay, CEO of the South African Bank Risk Association.
In South Africa, women are the majority and there are more women than men in tertiary education worldwide, so why there still so few women in leadership positions?
Looking around, it seems that you will mostly find women sitting by the roadside selling fruits and vegetables, while men are operating bigger businesses.
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