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

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu. Photo: Antonio Fiorente
#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 23 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...

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#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 20 hours 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 21 hours 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 21 hours 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 22 hours ago

#WomensMonth: Breaking into the world of corporate finance with Bravura

Bravura launched its Corporate Finance Graduate Academy this Women's Month with the aim to empower black women through its specialised programme and help launch their careers in the world of corporate finance...

By Shan Radcliffe 1 day ago

Meet the Maker: Jacqueline Grobler

Meet Jacqueline Grobler, owner of Angel Heart Liqueur, Ginifer gin, Westcliff gin, Luvoa Vodka and Venom Moonshine as well as a set of all natural bitters; quite the repertoire for just one lady. Here, Samantha Snedorf sits down and experiences a day in the life of this master distiller...

By Samantha Snedorf 3 days ago

#WomensMonth: Be uncompromising, unwavering & unapologetic about gender inequality

Tebogo Movundlela has been involved in the renewable energy sector since 2013. She was intimately involved in the construction of the West Coast 1 - 94MW windfarm...

By Nicci Botha 3 days ago

#WomensMonth: Relentlessly chasing dreams

After working as an account manager across three radio stations, Jabulile Mqoqi decided to turn her focus to representing talent and giving young artists a real chance of success...

By Juanita Pienaar 10 Aug 2018

Property ownership is a powerful way for women to attain financial independence

Property ownership among South African women is on the rise...

10 Aug 2018

Welcome to the era of the matriarch

Faith Popcorn, the Nostradamus of marketing and most accurate futurist, called it out in her book, "Eve"olution in 2000 about how women would rise and revolutionise society. While we still have a long way to go, our society has reached a tipping point. Women are calling for gender parity, especially in previously male-dominated industries such as Stem...

By Carmen Murray 10 Aug 2018

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