We’re in the 21st century: surely women should have it all by now – or, at the very least, be on their way to getting it all?
Aone Ditirwa started her shoe business as a result of her love of fashion, but she soon learnt that solid entrepreneurial savvy was crucial to running her venture
Spurred by their sense of community and with the assistance of selfless mentors, Grade 11 pupils Shanelle Makobe and Sinesipho Molo (both aged 16) have found ways to build a business inspired by nature
Hulisani Ravele (30) has courted success in the public eye since she was nine. But in this special Youth Issue interview, she tells us about the reality of hustling for freelance work and sustaining a strong media presence in the competitive age of IT girls
Avoid the generational black tax trap by having frank conversations with your family. Here’s how
Vuma Reputation Management, which was founded by the indomitable Janine Hills and boasts numerous blue-chip clients, has just handed a chunk of its equity to three brilliant, young (former) employees – two of them women
Started posting before checking those Ts and Cs? Here’s why you might come to regret that decision
Passionate about creating space for entrepreneurs and black businesswomen to grow, Zama Khanyile’s philosophy centres on developing people as she leads
A stay-at-home mum for decades, Nozipho Dube’s only exposure to business before launching her own enterprise at the age of 50 was volunteering on the board of two NGOs. Now this confident, capable entrepreneur is making her mark
Pumela Salela, Brand SA’s Country Head to the UK, exemplifies what’s attainable when hard work, passion and preparation converge. The first black female to hold her position, she opens up about the power of penning one’s visions and working relentlessly to put SA on the global scale
DJ Zinhle opens about balancing her hectic entrepreneurial schedule with mothering 34-month-old Kairo Owethu Forbes and her belief that good intentions, plus a little extra effort, always help swing things in one’s favour
Stay-at-home mum for decades, Nozipho Dube’s only exposure to business before launching her own at the age of 50, was volunteering on the board of two local NGOs. Now this confident, capable entrepreneur is making her mark
You wouldn’t chop computer skills or coding from your kids’ school curriculum, would you? After all, these skills are essential for the 21st century economy. So why cut out the humanities?
Nkuli Mlangeni captured the world’s attention with her gorgeous, handmade Sankara rugs,which were voted the Most Beautiful Objects in SA at this year’s Design Indaba