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From overcoming oppression, to breaking rules, to reimagining the world or waging a rebellion, these women of history have a story to tell. They looked at each other.

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Maria Ramos, CEO of Transnet, one of the largest parastatals in South Africa, was facing a strike by the unions, representing more than 85, people. As a student, she heard about a men-only scholarship offered by Barclays Bank, where she worked as a clerk to pay for her education; she lobbied for the prize and in won the Barclays Bank Graduate Scholarship. It said: ''Labour wishes to place on record the following: We remain ideologically opposed to privatisation of strategic public assets which can benefit the masses of our people, the workers and the economy as a whole, particularly infrastructure delivery, training and job retention and creation''. The memorandum given by the unions to Alec Erwin, the Minister of Public Enterprises, stated that they were embarking on rolling mass action in protest against ''unilateral decision-making, unilateral implementation, undermining and disrespecting labour and its members''. Ramos moved to South Africa with her parents when she was a child and later became a citizen there. Meet extraordinary women who dared to bring gender equality and other issues to the forefront. They looked at each other. Related products Abstract It was 21 February Ramos held the finance post into Had they made the right strategic decisions?

Had they made the right strategic decisions? Maria Ramos, CEO of Transnet, one of the largest parastatals in South Africa, was facing a strike by the unions, representing more than 85, people. As a student, she heard about a men-only scholarship offered by Barclays Bank, where she worked as a clerk to pay for her education; she lobbied for the prize and in won the Barclays Bank Graduate Scholarship.

After consulting the government and key customers, the Transnet board had chosen to cut away those of its businesses not associated with freight transport after the government, its sole shareholder, had given it a mandate to reduce the cost of doing business.

Strike action had started in the Eastern Cape on 13 February.

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As a student, she heard about a men-only scholarship offered by Barclays Bank, where she worked as a clerk to pay for her education; she lobbied for the prize and in won the Barclays Bank Graduate Scholarship. Strike action had started in the Eastern Cape on 13 February. It declared that the unions were ''absolutely right to insist on a genuine process of negotiation over the restructuring of the Transnet Group''. Related products Abstract It was 21 February The memorandum given by the unions to Alec Erwin, the Minister of Public Enterprises, stated that they were embarking on rolling mass action in protest against ''unilateral decision-making, unilateral implementation, undermining and disrespecting labour and its members''. Had they made the right strategic decisions? Ramos held the finance post into Two years later she stepped down as CEO. From overcoming oppression, to breaking rules, to reimagining the world or waging a rebellion, these women of history have a story to tell. Ramos moved to South Africa with her parents when she was a child and later became a citizen there.

Meet extraordinary women who dared to bring gender equality and other issues to the forefront.

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