City of Cape Town calls for Women in Business programme applicants.

The City of Cape Town and Cape Innovation & Technology Initiative (CiTi) has put out a call for female entrepreneurs to apply for the Women in Business programme.

Applications are now open for a new group of participants.

Launched several years ago, the programme has to date supported over 1 000 female entrepreneurs in and around the city.

“Women entrepreneurs are significant job creators in South Africa with up to 90% of business-owning women stating in a recent survey that creating employment was an important factor for them in starting their enterprises,” Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management, Alderman James Vos,” said in a statement.

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For more information on the CiTi Women in Business programme email

Applications can be submitted via this link.

Fiona Tabraham

Fiona Tabraham is a strategic workforce development expert with a career founded on a resolute commitment to inclusivity, talent nurturing, and societal impact. Chief Executive of CAPACITI Digital Career Accelerator, Fiona’s passion for equity has charted pathways across numerous organisations, guiding bespoke Talent Initiatives, Future Leadership Development Programs, and transformative Career Pathway Development. Her tenure at Network Rail bore inclusive talent strategies, STEM advocacy, and innovative Graduate, Apprentice, and Internship initiatives. A trusted partner to a number of governmental, corporate and impact driven entities, Fiona empowers individuals and organisations, fostering diverse recruitment practices and innovative talent strategies. Fiona’s impact transcends the tech sector, positioning her as a leading voice for inclusive digital career initiatives.