This deadly virus is forcing all of us to take a breath and to slow down, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
High level clouds. Mild.
Any economic system (communalism, capitalism, socialism and communism) is meaningless without the contributions of young people, because the population of many modern states largely consists of young people, writes Thlologelo Collen Malatji.
Mabel Ledwaba started out as a teen hairstylist and says entrepreneurship came naturally to her.
Study shows that women in South Africa keenly venture into entrepreneurship.
From makeup, to clothing, to champagne, these entertainers are ascending to mogul status.
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.
The success of their strategy and marriage is evident in the seamless way in which Zodwa and Sibusiso Tshabalala started their business venture and saw it thrive.
Women also do relatively well in Africa in terms of political representation, with 25% of political representatives being women, ahead of the global average.
“It’s like living a dream.”
A study by the University College London revealed that women face a higher risk of depression than men from working extra long hours.
Are you an ambitious entrepreneur? Here's an opportunity for you to be honoured and win great prizes.
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.
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