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Brigid Kosgei: School dropout, mother of twins and world record-holder

Athletes often have that one thing that fuels their determination to succeed and for women's marathon world record-holder Brigid Kosgei, it is her difficult childhood.

Saudi Arabia allows women to travel independently

Women in Saudi Arabia can now travel abroad without a male guardian's permission, royal decrees say.

Dalai Lama ‘deeply sorry’ for remarks about women

The Dalai Lama has apologised for controversial comments about the possibility of a woman succeeding him

Thousands protest violence against women in Tel Aviv

Thousands of people protested violence against women in Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening, after the apparent killings of two young girls last week, local media reported.

EPF contributions for first wife only

The proposal for additional Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contributions would only be allocated for the first wife only.

PH women had no idea – Shahrizat

The Women’s Wing Chief of Pakatan Harapan (PH) did nothing for the women, said Tan Sri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil. According to the UMNO Women’s Wing Chief, Zuraidah Kamarudin did not contribute any bright idea although she had been in the leadership team of Selangor for 10 years.

Thai women reject ‘sexy’ Songkran advice

When a Thai government official told women to dress carefully to prevent harassment at the Songkran festival, it brought back painful memories for model Cindy Sirinya Bishop.

Women must master latest technology

Women must master the latest technology in the digital economy and business era to remain competitive

Malaysia records higher women’s participation in senior leadership

Eighty percent of businesses in Malaysia now have at least one woman on their senior management team compared with the global average of 75 per cent, according to Grant Thornton International Ltd’s annual Women in Business Report.

No government contract without female BOD – PM

Public Listed Companies in Malaysia may risk not being awarded any government contract if they fail to elect a female Board of Director