Well, there may be a long way to having anything close to this, a ranking for women? May be, even almost impossible; unless, ranking in terms of level of oppression! However, let’s assume there is such an exercise, who will lead? No, wait, let’s start with what will be the requirements? And, who will set the standard for assessment? Men? Women? Now, what will be the basis for such ‘assessment’? Elite women or regular women?…"ARE MEN AFRAID OF WOMEN RANKING?"
Black women dealt a poor hand at work THE position of South African women in the workplace does not reflect the government’s commitment to gender equity as embodied in the Constitution, especially not for black women, according to yet to be published research in the International Handbook on Diversity Management at Work. “While great strides have been made on gender, gender equality has become invisible and has been subsumed by issues of race. White males…"Black women dealt a poor hand at work"