The South African billionaire, Wendy Appelbaum, has always been a fierce advocate for women empowerment and ensuring that women achieve their rightful place in the corporate world. From standing up to her business magnate father in the boardroom over issues of gender disparity, Wendy maintains her unflinching optimism for the rising of the women in the world.
In a conversation about sexism and the challenges women face in the world of work, on Forbes Woman Africa’s “Against the Odds with Peace Hyde”, the South Africa richest woman stated that women run better businesses than men and went further to say that most men are sexist.
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