March 2019

Legal Talk: Can I breastfeed my child at work?

Yes. Find out more about breastfeeding and the law in this article. Many women work during pregnancy and many return to work while they are still breastfeeding. However, some women think that they need to give up their work in order to breastfeed their children. Others find it difficult to find a space to breastfeed Read More

Young and not as healthy as we think

Young women between 18 and 30 years of age are generally thought to be in good health. However, research from the World Health Organisation (WHO) shows that young women are becoming more disposed to various lifestyle diseases and illnesses. Why is this happening? It could be because many young women have fallen for the myths that they Read More

Women: change your reality if you want to lead

South Africa has a lot to be proud of when it comes to the equality of the genders. A recent study put the country in the top 10 in the world when it comes to the number of women in leadership positions But, according to Nicola Middleton, founder of global pioneering company GodBrands, simply looking at the Read More

Set powerful deadlines

If you are working great without deadlines and goals, then by all means, keep going. But if you are struggling to push a project forward (or a learning project like language lessons), then you might try a self-imposed deadline, says Leo Babauta, an author, vegan and minimalist. Here are some things that work for Babauta Read More

Female entrepreneurship… in a remarkable way

Gauteng Women in Insurance welcomed members to its first event of the year, at Hollard’s Villa Arcadia, with Hollard Insure as the main sponsor. Guest speaker, Nonhlanhla Joye, shared a story that lifted spirits and inspired hearts as members heard how cancer, plastic bags and pesky chickens led this humble entrepreneur to a solution that Read More