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New African Woman Profiles Africa’s Leading Women in Business

In the current edition of the New African Woman magazine, there is a special focus on African women in business, under the theme, “Women Mean Business.” It is a project I am proud of because I had the great opportunity to interview some amazing women and discover others in the process of my research, who are doing great work. From Folunrusho Alakija (The Nigerian Oil tycoon) to Magatte Wade, a serial entrepreneur from Senegal, I was truly inspired. I hope you will all go out and get your copy. It is worth a read and we have to support our women, mothers, sisters and friends in their daily hustle to be the best as they inspire us with “Their Can Do Attitude.”

Be Inspired is all I can say.

 

African Women Mean Business: The Glass Ceiling Breakers

As more African women become active participants in the continent’s business and political landscape, while continuously pushing for gender parity in a still largely male-dominated world, their invaluable role in the continent’s growth is increasingly being acknowledged.

 

Magazine covers and some snippets of the interviews. I hope this encourages you to go and get your copy! 🙂

 

NAW SA Cover

New African Woman Oct-Nov 2013 South Africa Cover

 

 

NAW Uk/International Cover

New African Woman Oct-Nov 2013 UK and International Cover

 

 

Africa's Leading Business Women - The Glass-Ceiling Breakers

Africa’s Leading Business Women – The Glass-Ceiling Breakers

 

 

Alakija

In God She Trusts – Feature on Folunrusho Alakija (1)

 

Alakija 2

In God She Trusts – Feature on Folunrusho Alakija (2)

 

 

Oteh

Arunma Oteh: “The Ambition of A Woman Cannot Be To Get Married”

 

 

Swaady

Lap of Luxury with Swaady Martin-Leke

 

 

 


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One Response to “New African Woman Profiles Africa’s Leading Women in Business”

  1. Joshall Izzam says:

    First of all I love your website, i have been going through your links for the last hour. I am in the process of creating a website based on black women here in the UK who are going through the trials of starting up their own businesses and I was hoping I could pick your brains for some advice. I would also like an article about you and what you do to put on the website, that’s if you don’t mind? I think highlighting what you do here in the UK could be beneficial for you. I have approached several business women here in the UK in regards to this project and the feedback has been more than positive. The website will be called “loveyoursista.com.” My name is Joshall Izzam . Just another internet marketer with a few brilliant ideas. It would be a pleasure to hear from you letting me know what you think. The site will be launched in two weeks.

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