Despite imposter syndrome and gender discrimination, SA women boldly pursue entrepreneurship

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A study commissioned in five countries, including South Africa, shows that women are daring when it comes to entrepreneurship. In spite of the numerous challenges South African women face, they continue to seek entrepreneurship opportunities. 

The Veuve Clicquot International Women in Entrepreneurship Barometer maps out the state of female entrepreneurship, highlighting common prejudices, mental and structural barriers to be overcome. 

This is what the numbers say:

Despite imposter syndrome and gender discriminatio

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