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  • Women's Report 2020

Essentially I learnt a new profound way of being patient in a pandemic that is ravaging not only our country but the world. In a time where there is so much panic, chaos, uncertainty and unpredictability, I have learnt to be patient and calm....

If someone were to ask me to describe the year 2020 there are many adjectives which come to mind. My mind immediately wanders to the countless memes on social media that poke fun at this crazy COVID-19 year of lockdown doom and gloom. In short...

When the words 'COVID 19' and 'lockdown' are heard in a sentence, there is an underlying feeling of uneasiness and a small sense of panic. At least those were my feelings when it was announced that South Africa would be going into a hard lockdown...

As we enter the last quarter of 2020, I’m eager to see it out with a bang. Studying full-time and managing a household while my husband works at the hospital has been one crazy and transformative journey simultaneously....

The advancement of professional black women continuing to be a priority has made it possible for these women to move beyond the racialised and patriarchal constraints that subjected all women to a subordinated status, onto a path towards positions of leadership....

Post-apartheid South Africa was supposed to be the era of equality. However, it has become clear that equality is neither immune to power relations, nor disconnected from history, and that white male domination did not simply vanish the day South Africa became a democracy. There...

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey at times, but it has the potential to be a very fulfilling career. As much as entrepreneurship is fast becoming the first choice for economic and social development across the world, South Africa is still facing challenges in growing...