For Women's Month we celebrate "What She Said"

#WhatSheSaid - An audio gallery of stories by exceptional women

This Women’s month, we’ve put together stories from exceptional women who are changing the game in their own way. What She Said presents powerful insights from civil servants, artists, entrepreneurs, politicians, – even former Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Madonsela, defiant ANC MP, Dr. Makhosi Khoza and the "fab academic" Mathematician, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng.

Click here to explore the quotes from these amazing women, then play the game - you could win a great prize!

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Listen to the podcasts of these amazing women here.


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