Companies That Support Women’s Empowerment In South Africa

What is Women’s Empowerment?

Women’s empowerment may be defined in several ways, including accepting women’s viewpoints, making an effort to seek them, and raising the status of women through education, awareness, literacy, and training.

Companies That Support Women’s Empowerment In South Africa

Oceana Group Ltd

Oceana Group Ltd developed a transformation strategy with a focus on benefiting the “right people for the right reasons” – even before broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) was a legal policy within South Africa. 

Nedbank Ltd

Nedbank’s transformation strategy was adopted into the company in 1993 and has since become an intrinsic element to the Group as it fulfils a role that extends further than the bank as an institution but also introduces an organisational culture of transformation.

Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd

Standard Bank has lined its path to transformation with a focus on consistent improvement in all areas of business such as ownership,

management control, employment equity, preferential procurement, enterprise development, skills development, socioeconomic development, black agriculture and financial inclusion.