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Mzansi reacted bitterly this Morning after Ramaphosa revealed this.

Sources:https://twitter.com/JacaNews/status/1442812026632515586?s=19 Many South Africans are buzzing about President Cyril Ramaphosa's recent tweet about the Women's Economic Assembly, which he made this morning. This is a women-only group. President Cyril Ramaphosa used Twitter to announce that South Africa should be proud of the 1st Women's Economic Assembly.

  1 month ago ago
Mzansi reacted bitterly this Morning after Ramaphosa revealed this.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

From the president’s desk: Tackling equality at the Women’s Economic Assembly

Dear Fellow South African, In case we are to accomplish a significant balance among people, which is one of the chief points of our Constitution, we need to guarantee the full and equivalent investment of ladies in the economy. As a country, we have gained ground in advancing correspondence for ladies in regions like government, common society, the organization of equity, game, and culture.

  1 month ago ago
From the president’s desk: Tackling equality at the Women’s Economic Assembly

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ramaphosa declares woman-owned business the big ticket for govt procurement

https://www.news24.com/fin24/Entrepreneurs/ramaphosa-declares-woman-owned-business-the-big-ticket-for-govt-procurement-20211006 President Cyril Ramaphosa communicated little fulfillment with how much government was supporting lady claimed organizations through state acquisition and said this should have been increase essentially. Ramaphosa was talking at the debut Women's Economic Assembly coordinated by the Department of Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities on Wednesday evening.

  1 month ago ago
Ramaphosa declares woman-owned business the big ticket for govt procurement

CAREER-JOBS

Ramaphosa: Women empowerment must be seen as a matter of urgency in Africa

https://ewn.co.za/2021/10/04/ramaphosa-women-empowerment-must-be-seen-as-a-matter-of-urgency-in-africa?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa said that despite the fact that the nation had strong approaches that prohibited sex separation in the work environment, there were still pay contrasts between which people brought home. This week, the very first Women's Economic Assembly will be dispatched where ladies will get together trying to change arrangements that keep females out of the economy.

  1 month ago ago
Ramaphosa: Women empowerment must be seen as a matter of urgency in Africa