#WomensMonth 2018: Introducing the women of the travel sector

South Africa's retail travel sector employs around 9,000 people, 73% of which are female. This is according to a 2017 industry assessment by the Association of Southern African Travel Agents ...

7 Aug 2018

CCBSA launches 'virtual village' for female employees

Coca-Cola Beverages SA has created a virtual 'village-like' network for its female employees to connect with each other and have a shared resource of tools...

7 Aug 2018

Oil discoveries in Turkana six years ago haven't delivered benefits for women

Turkana is a vast dry, remote countyin northwest Kenya, home to around 1.5 million nomadic livestock herders...

By Kennedy Mkutu 2 Aug 2018

PAWO seeks recognition for African women leaders

President of PAWO Assetou Koite says Africa must recognise and honour the contribution of women to the decolonisation of the continent...

1 Aug 2018

#CEMAfrica2018: Why CX is the only competitive advantage left

Diane Magers is a CCXP and CEO of the global Customer Experience Professionals' Organisation (CXPA), based in the US. This #WomensMonth, she lets us in on what to expect from the Customer Experience Management (CEM) Africa 2018 Summit, kicking off at the CTICC today...

By Leigh Andrews 1 Aug 2018

Afribiz Invest recognises its women-owned entities

In 2016, McKinsey estimated that only 5% of CEOs in Africa were female, highlighting just how much work is required globally to achieve gender parity in the corporate sector.

1 Sep 2017

Conference calls for greater land ownership rights for women in Africa

Influential women from across Africa shared their findings on land policy initiatives, including women's rights to own land...

18 Aug 2017

#CEMAfrica2017: Your employees are always on - now TRUST THEM

Chantel Botha of BrandLove shares why you need to trust your employees to run with their own ideas of the best possible customer experience they can offer at the first day of CEM Africa 2017.

By Leigh Andrews 17 Aug 2017

FNB Art Prize awarded to Peju Alatise

Nigerian artist, Peju Alatise, has been announced as the 2017 recipient of the highly coveted FNB Art Prize at the media launch of the 10th instalment of the FNB JoburgArtFair.

16 Aug 2017

#LadiesofLoeries: The Namibian perspective with Chrisna Basson

In this exclusive Loeries-slash-women's-month interview, Loeries 2017 regional judge Chrisna Basson, head of strategy at Weathermen & Co in Namibia, shares that a more inclusive world won't happen by itself...

By Leigh Andrews 15 Aug 2017

#WomensMonth: Become the next global female ad-tech pioneer

Ever wondered if your experiences in the mobile ad-tech space are markedly different from those of females from the other end of the globe? Wonder no more...

By Leigh Andrews 14 Aug 2017

#WomensMonth: In the business development driving seat with Simone Kuhn

We chat to Simone Kuhn, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group's business development manager for Africa and Indian Ocean and one of Africa's Top 100 Women in Tourism...

By Cari Coetzee 14 Aug 2017

#Loeries2017: What the hell happened to women in leadership? Facebook's Nunu Ntshingila

Something Facebook Africa's regional director, Nunu Ntshingila finds interesting, having spent much time in advertising is that despite there being no shortage of women in the industry, there aren't nearly enough in leadership roles...

By Jessica Tennant 10 Aug 2017

WTM Africa adds Women in Travel to its 2018 programme

With strong indications that women entrepreneurs are on the rise, the World Travel Market Africa team have announced the addition of the Women in Travel Meetup to its 2018 programme...

10 Aug 2017

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