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Public Speaking Made Easy

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Public Speaking Made Easy (well, sort of) Written By: Akunna Onwu The daunting task of speaking in front of an audience has plagued each of us at some point or another. Whether we are talking in a team meeting or presenting to an audience at a public forum, we all have to speak in public from time to time. What usually makes it daunting is that we are never certain…

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Finance Mastery After Marriage

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Finance Mastery After Marriage: Dealing with finances with your partner while attaining financial freedom and wealth as a Millennial woman.   Article Written By: Mapalo Makhu   More than 30% of South African marriages end in divorce; this is according to Stats SA. Now, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this is certainly a reality. Moreover, it has somewhat become common knowledge that the critical cause…

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Dear Women of Africa

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Dear Women of Africa An Open Letter by Elizabeth Makumbi There are certain moments in life when we are humbled by the prospect of our future and in awe of our own accomplishments. This is when we are rightfully allowed to bathe in our narcissism.  It is our chance to discard our humility, whilst laughing in the face of all of the adversity that once diverged our goals.   These are…

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Article Written By: Deborah Mutemwa It has been said that behind every successful woman is an army of strong women who have her back. This rings true in many respects, and now more than ever our generation is proving this saying right. In light of this it is fitting that the 27th of June 2015 was the official launch of the Women’s Empowerment Network of South Africa (WENOSA) held at…

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The Need for women in Politics

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Article Written By: Bonolo Mogotsi It’s no exaggeration to state “Men Rule”; it’s a matter of fact. South Africa ranks 11th in the world when it comes to women’s political representation, yet the female participation figures have recently decreased subsequent to the 2014 elections. Without a doubt, we need more women in politics. But why, you may ask? Well, women make up 51.3% [1] of the country’s population and yet…