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“Quality and consistency creates trust” – South African business woman extraordinaire, Boity Thulo, launches BT Signature beverages
While many are putting their celebrity status behind brands by being ambassadors, Boity Thulo is making her mark in a different way. As a major shareholder and Director of BTMK Beverages, Boity has had an amazing year. Amongst some of her successes, she has created and launched a new RTD range.
Chanayé Pillay is a Durban-born entrepreneur from Port Shepstone, now living in Sibaya, Durban, who has grown up in the clothing and textile manufacturing industry. She is the driving force behind HUGIO – a new proudly South African manufactured sleep and loungewear brand which has launched just in time to celebrate the upcoming Christmas season.
Dr Nivisha Parag discusses the benefits of ‘being a lifelong learner’ & embracing change in the healthcare sector
Regent Business School has recently just appointed Dr Nivisha Parag as Head of their School for Healthcare Management Studies. The MBA in Healthcare Management at Regent Business School is a niche qualification, and offered exclusively by them.
A silent casualty of the pandemic has been company culture. As businesses scrambled to stay resilient and survive, the majority of HR leaders and managers placed focus on what they could do to help employees embrace unimaginable work disruptions, and navigate a way forward to maintain some small degree of normality.
The National Council on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide Bill 2021, which lays out the legal framework for establishing the National Council on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide, should be introduced to Parliament before the end of the financial year.
Celebrating phenomenal women and the companies behind them at the Standard Bank Top Women Awards 2021
Standard Bank Top Women is the No.1 and the longest running gender empowered awards programme for Top Women and Women-led companies — amplifying both individual and company successes in diversity and inclusion. These annual awards recognise and honour outstanding leadership, inspiration, vision, and innovation in organisations that help women rise to the top of the economic ladder.
Group CEO of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), Dr Leila Fourie, has been in the driver’s seat for almost 3 years now. Thus, it came as no surprise when she became the recipient of the Top Business Women of The Year Award (Sponsored By Standard Bank), at this year’s 18th Standard Bank Top Women Awards, which took place on 4 November 2021.
Born in Orlando East, Soweto, Carol Mazaka’s career has cut across various insurance companies and banks. At present, she is the Consumer Director at 1Life and works in Sales. She is also heading up the company’s Generational Wealth campaign at the moment.
While you, as the employer, cannot take much control over what happens in your employees’ home life and outside of the workplace, you can instil a culture of zero-tolerance when it comes to gender-based violence and femicide. For too long many have been silent.
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