What is

the Womenomics?

the Womenomics is a movement that calls on South Africans, especially Corporates, to make a concerted effort to accelerate women’s participation in the economy.

what we know

the Womenomics aims to achieve the following key objectives

Lobby Corporate SA to urgently take specific and tangible actions to accelerate women economic empowerment. Such actions include, but are not limited to:

Increasing women ownership, increasing women board, management and workforce representation and decreasing the pay gap between men and women.

Obtain a Pledge of at least R1 Billion from Corporate SA towards funding women-owned businesses, channeling procurement to women-owned businesses, and employing more women professionals.

Obtain a Pledge of at least R1 Billion from Corporate SA towards funding women-owned businesses, channeling procurement to women-owned businesses, and employing more women professionals.

Bridge the gap between women looking for employment, business and funding opportunities and entities wanting to address “their Womenomics”.

What we are doing

The Womenomics Test

The Womenomics has developed The Womenomics Test to evaluate how the corporates’ Womenomics look like

  • The test is a series of 8 metrics for corporates and 9 metrics for financiers.
  • Should the corporates score below 50%, they will be lobbied to make a commitment towards a desired target they will endeavour to reach within their organization over the next 5 years, with specific annual milestones and targets.
  • This will carry on until the 50% target is reached.
  • The Womenomics will track and report on their progress on the platform on an annual basis.

 

Join us to learn more about how we intend to achieve our goal, and how to lend your voice to the movement

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