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June- July 2014

In the June/July issue, FORBES WOMAN AFRICA explores the experiences, travails and achievements of a variety of female achievers and entrepreneurs across Africa. We talk to Arunma Oteh, the ‘iron lady’ of Nigeria’s capital market who renewed in... Read more


From College Princess To Queen Of The Markets
As the first Nigerian woman in the MBA program at Harvard in 1990, Arunma Oteh was seen as a princess by her classmates. Today, she rules Nigeria’s financial markets...

Exclusive Interview – The First Lady Of The Road
For the first time ever, a country’s First Lady participated in the grueling London Marathon. What made it remarkable was Margaret Kenyatta went the distance for the mothers and children of Kenya...

Forbes list: 10 Female Tech Founders To Watch In Africa
There has never been a more inspired generation of young Africans. These builders, innovators and risk-takers are fervent in their resolve to transform the continent...

What Do You Do If You Can’t Be Oprah?
Young Archel Bernard turned to her family’s homeland with ambitions of becoming a Liberian Oprah Winfrey...

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‘Take Time To Become Leaders’
UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka drew thunderous applause at the United Nations on International Women’s Day 2014 when she spoke about gender equality.

Blood And Tears Haunt A New Life In New York
A survivor of the Rwanda genocide, Virginie Ingabire recounts the horrors of that fateful night in 1994 when the Hutu killers spared her, but left her to hear the crying,dying voices of her family.

A Healer Of Souls
British-born psychiatrist and spiritual guru Brenda Davies has found her place of peace healing souls on a Zambian farm.

A Geisha In Africa
Bold and glitzy fashion extravaganzas are the order of the day – and South Africa is ruling the ramp.

50 Hugs A Night
Grace Fourie, who runs an eatery that is Johannesburg’s take on the iconic District Six area in Cape Town, has turned customer service into an art.

The Woman With The Toughest Job
At the helm of an industry back from the dead is Maureen Dlamini. She is now in charge of Zambia’s lifeblood – copper mining. She had never been down a mine until she got the job.

Beyond Lipstick & Luster
Forty and over the hill? Perk up, ladies. It’s never too late to win a beauty title on the ramp – and earn a career off it.

Little Bites Of Lagos
She sells dried fruit snacks for people on the go, but her real aim is to export food from Lagos to the world.


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