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 Gugu Mjadu on gender gap in the South African business

 

 Remuneration is still a major factor creating a gender gap in the South African business and work environment. Even though the gender gap is slowly closing, it still exists among entrepreneurs. According to Gugu Mjadu of the Business Partners Limited, many women leave their formal employment for a more flexible career and hours. These women who start a new venture should pay special attention to pricing their service appropriately according to this gender gap.

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