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 Only 10.5% of of the 159 JSE-listed companies analysed have reached gender parity at the board level.
Only 10.5% of of the 159 JSE-listed companies analysed have reached gender parity at the board level.
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Seventeen of the JSE-listed companies analysed by non-profit company, Business Engage Association, and its initiative, the 30% Club Southern Africa, still didn't have a single woman on their boards last year. There are 33 other companies that only have one female director on the board.

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