#WomensMonth: Gather the girls
#WomensMonth: Gather the girls

Mlisska Hubert, life coach and founder of She Gathers is building a suspension bridge between women, hosting gatherings to hold communion about what it means to be a woman today...

By Mlisska Hubert 11 hours ago

Nwabisa Mda from J. Walter Thompson in Cape Town.
You strike a woman, you strike a rock (Part 2)

This a continuation of Philippa Clayre's article where she interviewed three young black South African women on what Ma Sisulu's legacy means to the younger generation today...

By Philippa Clayre 6 hours ago

Collaboration key to building for the future - WSP #womeninSTEM

If the African vision of Agenda 2063 for an integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa is to be achieved, enablement through sustainable built environment intervention will be an important contributor...

6 hours ago

#WomensMonth: SA companies fail in C-suite gender equality

Only one of the country's JSE Top 40 listed companies is led by a woman CEO, namely Maria Ramos of Absa Group...

7 hours ago

#WomensMonth: The Sheryl Sandberg quote we should read every Sunday...

Mentorship is a crucial factor of career growth. Marloe Wise, client services director at Demographica, explains the role of business mentors in her own life and why we need to address the lack of female representation in management positions within the B2B space...

By Leigh Andrews 8 hours ago

#WomensMonth: A burning desire to deliver meaningful green energy projects

Delivering green energy to Africa while working in a dynamic team, and making real positive changes in rural communities are the things that make Katherine Persson, general manager: Windlab, tick...

By Nicci Botha 8 hours ago

Food, travel and everything in-between: Cape Peninsula's Chef Hajie rises to her potential

In celebration of #WomensMonth, Cape Peninsula's Chef Hajie takes some time away from the kitchen to talk about culinary art, food through to travel and fun in the kitchen and, most importantly, the many opportunities that exist for South African women in the food and hospitality industry...

11 hours ago

#WomensMonth: Lee-Ann Morgan embraces her deep love for all things travel

In celebration of #WomensMonth, we chat to Lee-Ann Morgan, customer growth marketing manager at Club Med Southern Africa about what it means to be a woman in the tourism industry, the challenges she's faced and how important it is to own who you are.

By Robin Fredericks 1 day ago

#WomensMonth: Women in winemaking with Nederburg's Elmarie Botes

Elmarie Botes is one of the latest members of the Nederburg winemaking team. Having just completed her first harvest, Botes is responsible for the winery's white wine...

By Robin Fredericks 1 day ago

Empower yourself and others at a unique Women's Month event

The 19th annual Women in Business Conference organised by students at the UCT Graduate School of Business on 17 August, offers women a day of networking and inspiration...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 1 day ago

5 brilliant female engineers changing the sanitation landscape

Lack of sanitation is one of the world's leading development challenges...

By Dr Sudhir Pillay 1 day ago

#WomensMonth: An entrepreneur with a lot of heart and sole

Whether its shoes, leather goods, coffee or healthy snacks, serial entrepreneur, Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, has the Midas touch when it comes to transforming quintessential Ethiopian products into global brands...

By Nicci Botha 1 day ago

#FairnessFirst: Code-switching and dealing with queen bees in the workplace

The negative impact of code-switching and tokenism, why females speak almost three times as many words a day as men and how to deal with queen bees in the workplace were hot topics at the most recent Future Females Cape Town morning session. Here's what you missed...

By Leigh Andrews 1 day ago

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