The Businesswomen’s Association is seeking a new National Administrator

The Businesswomen's Association of South Africa (BWA) is the largest and most prominent association of business and professional women in South Africa.

Applications are invited for the position of National Administrator / National Office Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to work in high-pace demanding environment dedicated to the inspiration and empowerment of women.

The BWA has a national footprint – 7 regional offices nationwide with its Head Office in Johannesburg. The National Administrator will be based at Head Office and is the first port of call for the organisation, both internally and externally. S/he is responsible for the administration and general office management of the BWA Head Office, to provide assistance to the regions, and assist with Head Office functions and programmes.

The position will be best suited to someone with excellent administration and project management skills, and who is interested in gaining high-level experience and insight into the inner workings of a high-impact national non-profit organisation. For a more comprehensive job description, kindly visit

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Closing date for application is Tuesday, 21st March 2017, close of business. No late applications will be accepted. Only successful candidates will be contacted. If you have not had any response two weeks after the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful.

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Businesswoman of the Year Award: Call for Nominations Now Open!

For more information contact: 011 484 4549 or email

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Closing date for nomination:13 April 2017

2017 Regional Business Achiever Awards

Nominations now open!

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Regional Business Achiever Awards! Contact your branch for more information.

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BWA Introduces its Student Chapter at University of the Witwatersrand (Wits university)

From left: Itumeleng Makgato (BCOM student at Wits), Wrenelle Stander (VP: Corporate Affairs and Real Estate at Sasol) and Boikhutso Mokoto (BCOM student at Wits)

The student chapter programme is an initiative of the BWA designed to advance and enhance young women’s leadership skills while exposing them to diverse leadership opportunities. The programme was launched at Wits university on Monday, 30 January 2017. Itumeleng Makgato and Boikhutso Mokoto, both final year BCOM students are the driving force behind this initiative. The BWA hopes to rollout this initiative at 2 more universities by end of 2017.


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