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Meet the 2022 Santam Women of the Future judging panel
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Black women in South African academia struggle to get ahead: what needs to change
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More women in a STEM field leads people to label it as a ‘soft science,’ according to new research
These stereotypes can lead people to simply devalue the fields in which women participate.
Buyers get 15 minutes to stuff as many mannequins as they can into their cars for R1 000
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A woman's touch is creating new opportunities in the motor industry
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