Saturday, September 8, 2018
From BBC News:
The head of South Africa's civil engineering institution (Saice) has been sacked after he wrote that few women take up the profession because they are "more predisposed to caring".
Manglin Pillay said that women preferred to "raise children than to be at the beck and call of shareholders".
He later apologised but Saice said it had terminated his contract due concern from its members.
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