The story of women freedom fighters of 1976 hasn't been told – Minister Zulu – Citizen

The story of women freedom fighters of 1976 hasn't been told – Minister Zulu – Citizen

CitizenThe story of women freedom fighters of 1976 hasn't been told – Minister ZuluCitizenThe proper story of women who joined the armed struggle in the aftermath of the 1976 Soweto uprising still needs to be told, Small Business Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu said on Thursday. Zulu, a former Umkhonto We Sizwe (MK) trained freedom …and more »
The story of women freedom fighters of 1976 hasn't been told – Minister Zulu – Citizen

This is how big South Africa's franchise sector really is – BusinessTech

This is how big South Africa's franchise sector really is – BusinessTech

BusinessTechThis is how big South Africa's franchise sector really isBusinessTechSmall businesses are creating two thirds of the jobs in developed countries and a large percentage of those small businesses are through the franchising business format,” noted Vera Valasis, executive director of FASA. “There is no reason why South …
This is how big South Africa's franchise sector really is – BusinessTech

Zweli Mkhize: Radical Economic Transformation Is The Key To Creating Equal Opportunties For Women – Huffington Post South Africa (blog)

Zweli Mkhize: Radical Economic Transformation Is The Key To Creating Equal Opportunties For Women – Huffington Post South Africa (blog)

Huffington Post South Africa (blog)Zweli Mkhize: Radical Economic Transformation Is The Key To Creating Equal Opportunties For WomenHuffington Post South Africa (blog)African National Congress treasurer general Zweli Mkhize believes Radical Economic Transformation is a key element in creating equal opportunities for women in South Africa. Mkhize said RET is about creating growth in the economy for everyone to …Zweli Mkhize calls for greater inclusion of women in the economySowetanLIVEall 12 news articles »
Zweli Mkhize: Radical Economic Transformation Is The Key To Creating Equal Opportunties For Women – Huffington Post South Africa (blog)