How entrepreneur Whitney Jacobs is helping jobseekers

A social entrepreneur from Port Elizabeth, Whitney Jacobs, founded Employ Me SA after realising that most young people in the country do not have access to the labour market.

Meet Nosiphiwo Balfour: the woman at the...

Thanks to her strong work ethic and determination, Balfour’s already shattering the glass ceiling in the property sector. Her appointment as CEO in July...

Mamokgethi Phakeng – for making ubuntu part...

Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng started the year as deputy vice-chancellor for research and internationalisation at UCT. Then in July, her career took a well-earned rise...

Basani Maluleke: making the CEO ceiling shatter

Appointed as African Bank's CEO earlier this year, Maluleke (40) has been tasked with returning the bank to profitability and transforming it from a...

South African woman appointed to CFO of...

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced the appointment of Bajabulile Tshabalala as vice president for finance and chief finance officer for the Group, effective...

Thabang Mabapa on producing biofuel

Public relations and communication graduate Mabapa has stepped up to help solve the energy crisis by providing the viable solution of using castor oil...

From waste fabric to wonderful jewellery

A Durban woman has taken recycling to a whole new, very stylish level

Siyanda Dlamini: Reigning supreme in the hospitality...

Siyanda Dlamini’s love for serving people has put him at the forefront of a growing hotel business

How 2 female engineers developed an award-winning...

Like many entrepreneurs, the owners of Saryx Engineering Group (SEG), which recently scooped this year’s FNB Business Innovation Award, faced stumbling blocks on their business journey

Amanda Dambuza on persevering through to success

After a journey marked by business smarts and the wisdom of knowing when to call it quits and when to persevere, Amanda Dambuza shares some of her entrepreneurial lessons.

Shandu Mukwevho on promoting diversity in the TV...

As the founder of Simbarashe Casting, Shandu Mukwevho aims to provide opportunities for under-represented talent across the country

Meet Lindani Dhlamini, the woman behind SekelaXabiso

A serendipitous series of events led Lindani Dhlamini to becoming a chartered accountant and to leading one of SA’s top black-owned advisory firms – SekelaXabiso. Now nothing can hold her back

Meet Nosiphiwo Balfour: the woman at the...

The face of the South African property sector is changing as more women make inroads into this traditionally male-dominated industry. We talk to Nosiphiwo Balfour, CEO of Texton Property Fund

Lerato Maloka: A leader for all seasons

[FEATURED] “The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no-one has ever been before.”


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