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South African women break coding gender stereotypes

Several South African women have made it their mission to change the perception that the tech industry is a place only for men. They...

Q and A with few of South Africa’s influential women

18 August 2016What do Nomzamo Mbatha, Bonang Matheba, Kass Naidoo, and Farah Fortune have in common? Besides being in the limelight, they are successful...

South Africans off to summit Kili for Caring4Girls

Each step to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, no matter how slowly it is taken, will be for beneficiaries of Caring4Girls, says Melissa Rehbock. She is...

Activation Gallery – Mpumalanga

Brand South Africa celebrated women's month in Mpumalanga where women and girls were given the opportunity to speak about matters affecting them.On Saturday, 29...

Women and Girls Summit tackles issues affecting African women

The inaugural Women and Girls Summit 2014 will bring together a thousand women from all over Africa to discuss social, health and economic issues.

Zuma chats to girl children about work

Zuma chats to girl children about work, leadership

President Jacob Zuma took a break from government business on Thursday to field a battery of questions from a group of 40 girls from schools in and around Pretoria as part of Take a Girl Child to Work Day.

Banyana star aims at success

Fresh from the University of Johannesburg's triumph in the inaugural Varsity Football competition, Amanda Dlamini speaks about her decision to relinquish the national captain's armband and her work in the development of women's soccer.

Beautiful game open to women

A new non-profit organisation, Girls and Football South Africa, promises to kick down gender barriers in football and give more South African women the opportunity to participate in Africa’s biggest sport.

Big sisters are there to help

Inspired by her own resolve to change an unfulfilling career in economics, actress and philanthropist Refiloe Seseane set out to assist other young women in making, and living with, the most important choices of their lives.
• More women engineers for SA

Women’s rights start with girls

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has added his voice to a global drive to stop the tradition of offering young girls as brides, a custom which affects about 10-million girls every year.
UN lifetime award for Tutu

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