Tag: KZN

#LWS2020KZN: Wendy Mahoney on the business case for gender parity in the workplace

CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters spoke to Wendy Mahoney, the KZN President of the 30's club of Mastercard about female inclusion in the workplace and specifically in the boardroom.

#LWS2020KZN: Forbes Woman Africa’s 50 Most Powerful Women

Join this panel of Africa’s most powerful women who have blazed a trail in different fields of industry and commerce as they share some of their secrets to success.

#LWS2020KZN: Nomusa Dube-Ncube: The future is feminine

CNBC Africa spoke to KZN MEC for Economic Development, Nomusa Dube-Ncube at the Forbes Africa Woman Leading Women Summit about how successful women need more platforms of exposure and opportunities to engage with aspiring women so they can learn from them.

#LWS2020KZN: Avon’s Mafahle Mareletse on what companies should do to ensure women succeed in the workplace

CNBC Africa spoke to the Managing Director of Avon, Mafahle Mareletse about what corporations should be doing in the workplace to prevent women from being treated unfairly.

#LWS2020KZN: Naledi Pandor on the importance to female empowerment in the workplace

CNBC Africa spoke with Naledi Pandor the Minister of International Relations and Cooperation at the Forbes Africa Woman Leading Women Summit about the importance of female empowerment in the workplace, especially in leadership positions.

Why this athlete won’t let COVID-19 derail her Olympic dreams

Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Senegal, Tunisia and now SA - the corononavirus is making inroads on the continent. CNBC Africa spoke to a SA athlete with hopes of taking part at this year’s Olympics in Japan about the impact of COVID-19.

SA’s double whammy: Recession & COVID-19

South Africa has been hit with a double whammy this week. Recession and its first case of Covid-19. Is it time for stimulus? Christie Viljoen, PwC Economist joins CNBC Africa for more.

Sihle Zikalala: KwaZulu-Natal ready to combat COVID-19

In the last few hours the news that many people feared has broken. Coronavirus is in South Africa. This was the word from the South African government this afternoon and it is likely to send a shudder down the spine of business in Sub-Saharan Africa. This came just days after a case was reported in Nigeria. On the eve of the outbreak the Premier of KZN Sihle Zikalala told CNBC Africa that his province was ready to fight the virus.
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