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Wathint’ Abafazi, Wathint’ Imbokodo. “You strike the women, you strike the rock.” These words have always resonated with me. They are drawn from the famous resistance song sung by SA women during the 1956 march against the pass laws. They’re a true reflection of the innate strength and courage of our women.

With the recent Global Entrepreneurship Week, though, it’s clear that the struggle continues for many SA women — specifically in the area of small business and entrepreneurship...

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