The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day (#IWD2019) is, #BalanceforBetter, and Engen is leading the way in the battle for gender balance.
In honour of International Women’s Day, let’s draw inspiration from some of South Africa’s most powerful and inspirational women.
International Women’s Day has been globally celebrated since 1909, and promotes gender balance.
The University of Fort Hare has since come out to condemn the actions of the student, who is yet to face any disciplinary actions
You can look anywhere but you will not find a more diverse list on anything related to power in South Africa.
South African businesswomen are achieving some great things, both domestically and internationally. Celebrate Women’s Day by getting to know these six.
While there are thousands of ways to spend women’s day, streaming some of the best local content on Showmax could leave you inspired. Besides, it’s an excuse to put your feet up and relax.
There are a variety of things to do in and around Johannesburg this Women’s Day.
Just how far have we really come?
Get ready for the “when is International Men’s Day?” crowd…
The women travelled to ten countries and met with 37 organisations to see what is being done about the depleting elephant numbers in Africa.
These girls most definitely rule the world
Three incredible women who are shaping South Africa through their dedication and passion.
International Women’s Day attempts to celebrate and highlight.
Women have borne the brunt of government austerity policies since 2010.
An orgasm, a bonsai tree and a blank prescription pad are top of our Women’s Day wish list…
Rape advocacy campaign Blow the Whistle says every 36 seconds someone is raped in SA and therefore 74,400 women will be raped in August. But is it accurate?
Home Affairs Deputy Minister Fatima Chohan says the underrepresentation of women in social, political and economic spheres must be addressed if Africa is to develop fully
SA’s Communications Minister looks back at how far women have come in half a century
Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), Senzeni Zokwana, says the contribution made by women in the farming sector cannot be underestimated as this is how they put food on the table for their families
Minister in the Presidency responsible for Women, Susan Shabangu, says the sacrifices made by the women of 1956 paved the way to a free and democratic South Africa.
South African actors Sifiso and Melonie Mazibuko, studying at Ohio State University, star in the stage play ‘The First Actress’ in London, a play about Britain’s first actress Margaret Hughes and the history of women on stage.
South Africa commemorates Women’s Month in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 women who marched to the Union Buildings on 9 August 1956 in protest against the extension of Pass Laws to women.
The South African Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a panel discussion with high profile speakers in London on Women’s Day, Friday 9 August.