President Cyril Ramaphosa will this morning speak about the contribution women are making to the economy.
Ramaphosa will address a meeting organised by the Business Women’s Association of South Africa.
The dialogue will look at pertinent issues affecting women and the challenges busineswomen and women entrepreneurs face.
The association has been a voice of women in business within the South African economy since 1980. We cross to our reporter Natasha Phiri for details.
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Womennovator is a virtual incubator for women entreprenuers. As a part of its initiative W talk we hosted a panel discussion on “women in business”
The key points covered in the discussion are ‘Being a business owner & a woman ,the good and bad’. How has the Digital Matrix changed your business? and the importance of Networking.
We got some really valuable insights from our panelists .
Tripti Singhal .Founder Womennovator
Disha Mehra,Co Founder MEmory Dzines
Rekha Chaudhari, Founder Oneline Wellness
Jyoti Tiwari ,Country Head Pregna International
Archana Jain , Founder Florian Foundation
Rashmi Manuj, Vice President Systematix Group
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The Select Group’s Women in Business program focuses on enabling women in the organization to pursue a path to long-term personal and professional success. Learn more about how females are leading the way for change at The Select Group: https://www.selectgroup.com/about/news/female-employees-at-tsg-lead-the-way-for-change/
Women starting and working in their own businesses is most definitely good progress – and it’s happening more and more in Ghana. The only issue is, most are stuck at the “micro” level. About 80 per cent of women-owned businesses are unable to expand – as Metro TV’s Naa Kwarley Oteng-Boadu reports from Accra for the BBC.
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The Daily Monitor in partnership with the DFCU will next month recognize and reward a culture of mentorship among women in business in Uganda. This is the second such event, carried out to recognize women in business, who will be showcasing their products and services at an expo in Kampala from November 15, 2019. #NTVNews
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