Since 2011 we have been hosting Women Empowerment sessions in August, the South African women's month, to support the country's commitment to empowering women and integrating them in the key sectors of our economy. This does not mean that men are excluded from this network. As long as they support the objectives of emancipating our female citizens, they are welcome to participate. Women are encouraged to take the leadership in their own empowerment and challenge men to be supportive of the programmes and initiatives. There is a need to consolidate Women Empowerment Programmes and Initiatives in South Africa to achieve maximum impact. Women are in the majority in South Africa. Their active participation in the economic activities of the country will increase our economic production, management and leadership capacity. This will make us economically competitive in the continent and globally. This is not a favour to women, but economic resource needs that cannot be ignore any longer.