Jaguar South Africa and #GiveHerACrown have awarded six bursaries to support the dreams of creative young women from across the country.
If you are a woman and interested in gaining an understanding of the transport industry and where it is heading, the Women with Drive could provide inspiration for your future.
From finance to entertainment, Wall Street to Hollywood, here are the world’s 100 most powerful women for 2021, according to Forbes.
United Nations special rapporteur Dr Tlaleng Mofokeng has made it to the BBC’s 100 Women 2021 list. A notable achievement!
From tech to medicine, the women of Mzansi have shown resilience while making contributions to the development and unity of the world.
As we celebrate Women’s Day on 9 August, we must take the time to highlight the extraordinary women on social media.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson posted an adorable throwback with his daughter wherein he teaches her a variety of positive affirmations.
“Gender equality is not about women and men sharing the same mindsets and behaviour. Rather, it’s about equal opportunities and rights”.
Danielle Coetsee received the Woman Winemaker of the Year award at the 2020 SA Women’s Wine & Spirit Awards.
The President said an essential part of this mission will be the focus on growing women-run enterprises in an effort to promote the end of gender inequality in the country.
If you’re looking for a top-notch, badass hell driver, look no further than professional car spinner from Eldorado Park, Stacey-Lee May.
The 34-year-old Monique Schoombie is among the many dedicated South Africans who have rolled up their sleeves to fight the COVID-19 storm.
Thembela Taboshe, knot at all a conventional woman, has proven that sometimes your passion finds you, breaking down everything in its path.
Google is committed to close the gender gap globally through Women Will, a Grow with Google initiative launched to help women be digitally literate, and grow their businesses and communities.
Google hosted an #EachForEqual brunch to commemorate International Women’s Day and discuss critical issues women in media and policy face.
South African businesswomen are set to benefit from a government platform that will assist in taking their ventures to global markets.
Ramaphosa wants South Africa to use its AU chairship to confront gender inequality in business and politics.
The SADC-PF 46th plenary assembly session is taking place from 11 to 16 December.
The ’16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children’ campaign calls for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and children.
South Africa commits to employing more women in various government departments.
Facebook’s She Means Business is a space for entrepreneurial South African women to make valuable connections, share advice and move forward, together.
“The onus is upon us to ensure that we fully occupy our positions.”
Media personality, Penny Lebyane talks women’s month, honouring the women who fought for it and what we can do to make a better society for women, as well as safe and women-friendly work environment.
First National Bank (FNB) and Future Females are joining forces to grow SA women entrepreneurs.
Mastercard’s Start Something Priceless campaign recently launched in South Africa in celebration of women’s month.