'Unacceptably low number of women in architecture'

SOUTH AFRICA

SVA International Eastern Cape head Debbie Wintermeyer (left) and leadership coach Bev Hancock discuss the importance of women in architecture at a recent Women in Architecture South Africa (WiASA) meeting in Port Elizabeth. (Image: Supplied)
SVA International Eastern Cape head Debbie Wintermeyer (left) and leadership coach Bev Hancock discuss the importance of women in architecture at a recent Women in Architecture South Africa (WiASA) meeting in Port Elizabeth. (Image: Supplied)</span>There is a lack of understanding with regards to women architects' issues, said South African Institute of Architects Eastern Cape (SAIA EC) president Neill Kievit at a Women in Architecture SA (WiASA) meeting last week.
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