Just like the scrappy, underdog boxer who delivers an unexpected knock-out punch or an amazing goal that has to be seen to be believed, Carol Tshabalala – SA’s First Lady of Sport – defies expectations
Simphiwe Mntambo eats, sleeps and lives entrepreneurship, so her skill at it isn’t surprising
Entrepreneur Xoliswa Daku acquires open spaces and transforms them into architectural masterpieces worth millions
Is there such a thing as the perfect lover – or do our individual flaws and foibles make us the uniquely lovable beings we are?
Connie and Shona Ferguson have hit the perfect stride with Ferguson Films, the production company they co-own
Stuffy and dated assumptions are things of the past.
It’s tempting to describe Madida as a slashie dabbling in music, TV and entrepreneurship, but the truth is that her career follows a strategic blueprint, helped along by a brilliant coterie of girlfriends and a husband with a keen interest in building her business acumen
Spending time around the water coolers at SA’s biggest metros gives a searing indication of how our politicians are renegotiating the new political boundaries at play at local government level
Khanyile, CEO of WDB Investment Holdings, has been with the organisation since its inception and now runs its R3 billion fund, admittedly with an iron fist. She shares some highlights of the fund’s 25-year history
Everyone knows at least that one fecund couple for whom falling pregnant was as easy as sneezing, but the reality is that as many as one in three couples have been diagnosed with infertility issues
Katiwa is a major player in the Zambian and Zimbabwean recruitment space, where she links corporates with their ideal employees
In a country where the cost of higher learning tops the agenda and the limited numbers of female academics entrusted with top positions in these institutions is regularly debated, Prof Nicola Kleyn – Dean of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs) – is a powerful change-maker
On 30 September 2016, the Republic of Botswana celebrated 50 years of independence. We recently visited the capital, Gaborone, to chronicle this African success story and how the country is rising to the challenge of building an economy that’s not dependent on diamonds
One in three South African marriages ends in divorce, according to Stats SA – and the financial fall-out of a break-up is often just as devastating as the emotional impact