WiE Newsletter

September 2016

South Africa commemorates the month of August as Women’s month with 9 August declared as Women day. This is to pay tribute to the women who marched to the Union buildings on that day to protest against carrying of pass books. The theme for Women’s month this year is ‘Working together to enhance women’s opportunities to economic empowerment.’ 
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Comrades marathon runner and mother of two driving SA power sector

The global energy sector is seeing females claiming positions at executive level, a transition that a traditional ‘male-dominant’ industry is having to rapidly adapt to. US President, Barack Obama’s Power Africa initiative, recognised the need to further empower and illuminate those women that are taking charge and driving the energy sector, by establishing the Women in African Power platform in 2015.
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Women In Electricity

Implementation Plan 2016-2020

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Women In Electricity

Launch Presentation

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Request for Partnership for an International Women Capacity Building

Women in Electricity

Women in Electricity is a pragmatic programme designed to create an enabling environment for women to participate in the electricity sector. It is established under the auspices of the Association of Municipal Electricity Utilities (AMEU) in South Africa and is sponsored by its President, Mr Sicelo Xulu.
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Women in Electricity Newsletter

March 2016

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New initiative to increase participation of women in electricity sector

At the centenary convention of the Association of Municipal Electricity Utilities (AMEU) that was held in Sandton, Johannesburg recently, a ground-breaking initiative aimed at fast-tracking the development and participation of women in the electricity sector was launched.

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