Delayed motherhood may be trending globally - but in SA 'we still have some way to go'

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First-time South African moms are on average 18-21 years old. (Getty Images)
First-time South African moms are on average 18-21 years old. (Getty Images)

Millennial women from the Netherlands to the US are no longer bound to the biological clock, delaying motherhood in favour of careers and relationships.  

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