In this month's edition:
This August edition
focuses on women, and on the front cover we feature Professor Thoko Mayekiso, vice chancellor at the University of Mpumalanga. Inside we have a women's rights feature and look at equal work for equal pay - how SA measures up. We celebrate Banyana Banyana's fantastic win in the article Top South African sports women and seven amazing women trailblazing in different sectors. We also pay respect and recall the Women's March of 1956.
In Other News we zoom in on what is going on in terms of Monkeypox and in our Financial Fitness regular you will find tips on planning a smart household budget.
Special features include:
- Deputy chief justice designate, Mandisa Maya, who will start her term at the beginning of September – a beacon of hope for women across the country.
- Women’s Legal Centre director, Seehaam Samaai, on how women can we can create an inclusive society.
- The Mpumalanga province is set to prioritise the informal economy.
Gender diversity in the workplace is our focus this month in Legal Matters, and we examine how South Africa is doing on the road to achieving its gender diversity goals. We also take a look at how carbon emissions need to be considered as we seek to grow the agricultural sector, and go through South Africa’s policies on traditional medicine as we observe African Traditional Medicine Day at the end of this month.
Whether you are in the public sector, the private sector, supply chain or an interested individual, PSL has something for you.
We hope you enjoy the read.