Winning Women: Wisdom in youth

Nakedi Ramaphakela is probably one of the youngest finance directors of a SA multibillion-rand company, yet her self-assurance and quiet wisdom... read more

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Winning Women: Claire Reid: Planting the seeds of growth

Claire Reid was just 16 when she invented paper strips containing vegetable seeds to help communities grow their own food. This year, Reel... read more

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Winning Women: Nomkhita Nqweni: Finding the calm in the financial storm

Nomkhita Nqweni, the new CEO of wealth, investment management and insurance at Barclays Africa, is responsible for assets worth about R240bn. No... read more

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Winning Women: Holding people to account

‘I have always felt that people need to be held accountable and I don’t like lies,” says Devi Sankaree Govender, who, after nearly 15 years in... read more

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Winning Women: Adding expertise for businesses

Mention the word ‘Rothschild’, and images of wealth and power, vested in a centuries-old European banking family dynasty, come to mind.

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Winning Women: Learning to farm gold

Tshiamo Legoale (27), a geologist at Mintek, has worked out a way to ‘farm gold’. This research resulted in her winning the FameLab International 2017 contest last month... read more

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Winning Women: A passion to develop

Mankodi Moitse is CEO of Kagiso Trust, one of SA’s leading development agencies. It works for freedom from poverty and has been in existence for more than 30... read more

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Winning Women: To kill a killer

Clad in blue jeans, the tall and athletic Professor Lynn Morris takes long strides down a corridor lined by glass-fronted laboratories where, under her watchful eye,... read more

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