Inclusivity

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Inclusion encompasses the fundamental principle of embracing the diversity that exists among us, be it in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, abilities or any other aspect that contributes to one’s unique identity. It is about promoting a sense of belonging and equal opportunity for every individual, irrespective of their differences.


Disability in the workplace is more than hiring people with disability but creating an inclusive environment where employees with disabilities have an equal opportunity to learn, to be compensated fairly and to succeed. In the below piece, Yuneal Padayachy Chief Support Officer at the BEE Chamber unpacks  the significant relationship between B-BEE and disability initiatives in order to create a more inclusive workforce in South Africa.


Providing South Africa’s youth with experiential training in a live tech environment gives them the ability to contribute to the workplace, adding to its diversity as well as helping improve profitability, writes Jessica Hawkey, MD of redAcademy.


There are many quotes about the strength, power and potential of women, but perhaps one of the best comes from one of our own African leaders. Former President of Malawi Joyce Banda said, “The seeds of success in every nation on Earth are best planted in women and children”. There is a growing body of proof to back up this claim, and illustrate why there needs to be greater representation of women at all levels in business, government and civil society.

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