Gagasi FM statement on the on-air protest and the way forward
Gagasi FM statement on the on-air protest and the way forward

Gagasi FM management has engaged with Njabs Zwane, Bright Ntuli and Zisto following their on-air protest...

Issued by Gagasi FM 9 Sep 2019

Arc Interactive successfully concludes its 2019 Take a Girl Child to Work Day Workshops
Arc Interactive successfully concludes its 2019 Take a Girl Child to Work Day Workshops

Digital marketing agency Arc Interactive (ARC) is proud to have hosted six female learners in Grades 10 to 12 from Minerva Secondary School and Sandringham High School, for the Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Day 2019 programme...

Issued by Arc Interactive 6 Sep 2019

Women at Heart
Women at Heart

This past Women's Month (August) Heart FM once again, pulled off an extravaganza for its female listeners...

Issued by Heart FM 4 Sep 2019

What womxn say...
What womxn say...

The way womxn are seen and valued in society has the power to shape a country's landscape on a social, cultural and economical level...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 4 Sep 2019

Why digital marketing sets women in business apart
Why digital marketing sets women in business apart

In South Africa, despite a move towards gender equality there is still a huge disparity between men and women in the workplace. However, the way in which this gap can be crossed is by using digital marketing...

Issued by Digital School of Marketing 2 Sep 2019

Total working to close the gender gap in SA's agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industries
Total working to close the gender gap in SA's agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industries

In South Africa, the agriculture, forestry, fishery and mining industries are categorised as the primary economic sectors. These are essentially industries that rely on South Africa's natural resources to function...

Issued by Total 30 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: Ally Nezar says 'fintech was a natural fit'
#WomensMonth: Ally Nezar says 'fintech was a natural fit'

Ally Nezar is the marketing executive for Sureswipe, an independent card payment acceptance company in South Africa...

By Evan-Lee Courie 30 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: Keep the pink cupcakes. Give us real change...
#WomensMonth: Keep the pink cupcakes. Give us real change...

Women's Month is observed in August to honour a profound act of dignity and unity. Instead of turning August into a time to succumb to pink platitudes and pink cupcakes on desks 'to recognise our women', we should honour the actions of the women of 1956 by improving the lives of South African women...

By Donna Rachelson 30 Aug 2019

Women's month a platform to highlight what needs to be changed
Women's month a platform to highlight what needs to be changed

"Women's month is an opportunity to celebrate the strength and courage that women have. However, it is also a platform to highlight that we still have far to go," says Craig Baker, CEO of MiWayLife...

Issued by MiWayLife 30 Aug 2019

Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Lebo Masilela, Human Capital Executive, The Brave Group
Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Lebo Masilela, Human Capital Executive, The Brave Group

In the third installment of our "Brave Decisions by Brave Women" series, we hear from Human Capital Executive, Lebo Masilela, about her journey to becoming the woman she is today...

Issued by The Brave Group 30 Aug 2019

Marisa Calvert, Keabetswe Taele and Lali Stander.
Top women in PR compete for coveted GSport award

Marisa Calvert, Keabetswe Taele and Lali Stander were all nominated for the Woman in PR and Sponsorship GSport Award for 2019 and we chat to them about why this award is so significant...

By Juanita Pienaar 30 Aug 2019

Image credit: ErikaWittlieb from Pixabay.
The importance of showing up

We've seen a great deal of focus placed on the role of women in society, gender representation in the workplace and women in advertising...

By Aileen Sauerman 30 Aug 2019

Women empowerment - MediaHeads 360 means business
Women empowerment - MediaHeads 360 means business

As Women's Month draws to a close, MediaHeads 360 looks back on a month dedicated to empowering and celebrating women in business...

Issued by MediaHeads 360 29 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: Khanyisile Mbongwa on curating with cure and care
#WomensMonth: Khanyisile Mbongwa on curating with cure and care

Artist, sociologist and chief curator of the inaugural Stellenbosch Triennale, Khanyisile Mbongwa, chats to us about womxn in the arts, sustainability and how to curate with the theme of ''cure and care'' at the forefront...

By Ruth Cooper 29 Aug 2019

#BehindtheSelfie with... Mishka Patel
#BehindtheSelfie with... Mishka Patel

This #WomensMonth, we go behind the selfie with Mishka Patel, now news and traffic presenter at Good Hope FM as well as TV presenter, life coach, social media lifestyle and health influencer, voice-over artist and event MC...

By Leigh Andrews 28 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: The rise and rise of Sho Madjozi
#WomensMonth: The rise and rise of Sho Madjozi

Rapper, singer, songwriter and actress Sho Madjozi has been blazing a name for herself in the past few months. We got in touch for the tail-end of Women's Month to chat new sounds, equality in the industry and Ru Paul's Drag Race...

By Ruth Cooper 28 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: 'We need to lead with intent, authenticity and purpose'
#WomensMonth: 'We need to lead with intent, authenticity and purpose'

BrandFusion's Katie Mohamed tells us more about the W-Suit Summit and where it's heading, her career in marketing so far and some of the challenges women in the industry face on a daily basis...

By Juanita Pienaar 28 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: Nicole Oliveira leverages the power of the cloud
#WomensMonth: Nicole Oliveira leverages the power of the cloud

Nicole Oliveira, business unit lead for software services at Altron Karabina, is responsible for the Microsoft cloud solution provider, licensing solution provider and software asset management business...

By Evan-Lee Courie 28 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: How women's hard-hitting soft skills can protect them from automation
#WomensMonth: How women's hard-hitting soft skills can protect them from automation

Skills that women bring to the table, once called soft skills, are now recognised as both profitable and essential. It is critical, then, to consider the impact of the fourth industrial revolution on women in the workplace...

By Tricia Jones 27 Aug 2019

Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Tumi Rabanye, strategic director, The Brave Group
Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Tumi Rabanye, strategic director, The Brave Group

In this instalment of the "Brave Decisions by Brave Women" series, Tumi Rabanye, strategic director at The Brave Group talks to us about her journey and key moments in her life which led her to where she is today...

Issued by The Brave Group 27 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: Melissa Di Donato, SUSE's first female CEO
#WomensMonth: Melissa Di Donato, SUSE's first female CEO

Melissa Di Donato has been named chief executive officer of SUSE in a move that will herald the next phase of growth and momentum...

By Evan-Lee Courie 27 Aug 2019

'The future is not female, it's intersectional' - Women in Architecture
'The future is not female, it's intersectional' - Women in Architecture

Women in Architecture, in partnership with the South African Institute Architects (SAIA KZN), earlier this month hosted its 'The future is not female... It is intersectional' workshop...

27 Aug 2019

SAHIF supporting women empowerment with job opportunities
SAHIF supporting women empowerment with job opportunities

The South African Housing and Infrastructure Fund (SAHIF), during an intimate information sharing session in KwaZulu-Natal in August, announced that the majority of beneficiaries of its projected 11,600 jobs - to be created over the next three years - will be women...

26 Aug 2019

Silke Bucker.
#WomensMonth: Silke Bucker knows how to make it in a 'man's world'

Having joined South African Breweries (SAB) in her early 20s, Silke Bucker knows a thing or two about making it in a 'man's world'...

By Maroefah Smith 23 Aug 2019

How women in construction are vital to the sector's growth
How women in construction are vital to the sector's growth

As reported by Stats SA, many sectors in South Africa, including construction, are facing a downturn. In fact, the report states that construction, mining and trade are in recession with a 3.2% decline being the biggest quarterly fall in economic activity since 2009.

23 Aug 2019

#WomensMonth: 'Be authentic, irrespective of which profession you're in'
#WomensMonth: 'Be authentic, irrespective of which profession you're in'

An attorney, notary, and conveyancer specialising in property and conveyancing, Subashnee Moodley is an example of what one can achieve through perseverance, hard work and authenticity...

By Sindy Peters 23 Aug 2019

Odette Faling
#WomensMonth: Meet the mother of two who summits mountains in life and business

Odette Faling, CEO of Travelcheck.co.za talks women making a mark on the male-dominated tech scene, balancing family life and work, and her unshakeable thirst to explore, which recently took her to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro...

22 Aug 2019

Keep adapting, be authentic and dance if you want to: Key lessons from inspiring women in business
Keep adapting, be authentic and dance if you want to: Key lessons from inspiring women in business

Women attending the 20th annual Women in Business Conference at the UCT Graduate School of Business heard powerful stories from women who are disrupting industries and changing the world...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 22 Aug 2019

Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Vanessa Pearson, Executive Creative Director Partner, The Brave Group
Brave Decisions by Brave Women: Vanessa Pearson, Executive Creative Director Partner, The Brave Group

To commemorate Women's Month, The Brave Group embarks on a series we like to call "Brave Decisions by Brave Women". In this series, we draw inspiration from stories of some of the most powerful leaders in our industry...

Issued by The Brave Group 22 Aug 2019

Nibela Lake Lodge's Gemma Linforth talks making it in SA's hospitality industry
Nibela Lake Lodge's Gemma Linforth talks making it in SA's hospitality industry

Meet Gemma Linforth, General Manager at Nibela Lake Lodge, one of 23 properties in the Dream Hotels & Resorts family...

By Chelsey Hale 22 Aug 2019

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