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Businesses require some form of financing at some point: during the early stages to start the business, to keep an existing one running by supporting operations and ensuring a ready supply of capital and liquidity, or when expansion or growth is planned. Access to funding...

In this paper, we offer reflections and narratives from a diverse group of women in entrepreneurship education regarding the need for positive change....

South Africa has amongst the highest levels of inequality globally, coupled with a high level of unemployment, with in excess of 55% of its population living in poverty. Women and children often bear the brunt of the compound effects of poverty, unemployment, and inequality, resulting...

Entrepreneurship is an avenue by which women can become economically active and overcome a range of barriers that compromise their development and empowerment. Women entrepreneurs are an imperative in a country’s economic development, especially in less industrialised countries....

November 19 marks International Men’s Day, coinciding with what is better known as ‘Movember’, an initiative created to help raise awareness about men’s health issues. International Men’s Day also draws attention to the challenges related to workplace diversity and inclusion faced by men. The 2021...

While the norms around masculinity have shaped men’s expectations around care, these same norms are not static and are subject to change. There is the personal choice to care for the family and be an active father, but also wider changes in society around the...

Pregnancy, maternity leave, and childcare are often watershed events in women’s lives, and juggling a career and motherhood is undeniable difficult, as the two identities each have their own, often conflicting, demands. Therefore some women opt to become stay-at-home mothers, however, the greatest obstacle faced...

My lockdown experience has been filled with mixed emotions. Ups and downs. Wins and losses. The organisation I currently work for ensured a very smooth transition into the work from home (WFH) experience. The week of the announcement we were given the opportunity to take...

Working from home has given me the freedom to express myself in finding a 'new' me. I have enjoyed exploring fresh and enlightening ways to live a more balanced and healthier life. This has also contributed to me being more confident and has reinforced my...