Header Ad

MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN AFRICA

JOIN US ON TELEGRAM

 TOP MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN AFRICA

Here is the Top list of the Most powerful and influential women in Africa below.

Most Powerful Women in Africa

Winnie Byanyima, Uganda: Executive Director at UNAIDS

Rebecca Enochong, Cameroon: Founder and CEO, AppsTech

Irene Charnley, South Africa: Founder, Smile Communications

Jennifer Riria, Kenya: Group CEO, Echo Network Africa and founding member, Kenya Women Finance Trust

Louise Mushikiwabo, Rwanda: Secretary General, Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (OIF)

Charlize Theron, South Africa: Hollywood actor

Phuti Mahanyele-Dabengwa. South Africa: CEO, Naspers South Africa

Wendy Luhabe, South Africa: Co-founder of WIPHOLD

Angélique Kidjo, Benin: Four-time Grammy award winner and humanitarian

Clare Akamanzi, Rwanda: CEO, Rwanda Development Board

Lesly Kanza, Tanzania: Head of Africa and member of the executive committee, World Economic Forum

Ibukun Awosika, Nigeria: Founder and CEO, The Chair Centre Group

Judy Dlamini, South Africa: Founder, Mbekani Group

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria: Chair, board of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI).

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, South Africa: Executive Director, UN Women

Waris Dirie, Somalia: President and Founder, Desert Flower Foundation

Obiageli Ezekwesili, Nigeria: Senior economic advisor, Africa Economic Development Policy Initiative (AEDPI)

Glenda Gray, South Africa: President and CEO, South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC)

Ilwad Elman, Somalia: Founder, Elman Peace Centre

Wendy Applebaum, South Africa: Founder and Chairperson, De Morgezon Wine Estate

Folorunso Alakija, Nigeria: Executive vice-chair, FAMFA Oil

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu, Ethiopia: Founder and CEO, Solerebels footwear garden of coffee and Tefftastic

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, South Africa: Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Wendy Ackerman, South Africa: Executive Director, Pick ‘n Pay

Caster Semenya, South Africa: Olympic champion

Rawya Mansour, Egypt: Founder and CEO, RAMSCO

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia: First female president of Liberia and Nobel Peace laureate

Yvonne Chaka Chaka, South Africa: Musician and humanitarian

Shale-Work Zewde, Ethiopia: President of Ethiopia

Fatou Bedsouda, Gambia: Prosecutor, International Criminal Court

Arunma Oteh, Nigeria: Academic scholar, University of Oxford and former treasurer and vice president, World Bank London Stock Exchange Africa Advisory Group Member

Hajer Sharief, Libya: Human Rights Advocate

Amina J. Mohammed, Nigeria: Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations

Precious Motsepe, South Africa: Founder, African Fashion International and Philanthropist

Vera Songwe, Cameroon: Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

Tara Fela-Durotoye, Nigeria: Founder, House of Tara International

Theresa Kachindamoto, Malawi: Chief od Dedza District, Malawi

Magda Wierzycka, South Africa: Founder, Sygnia

Manal Rostom, Egypt: Founder, Surviving Hijab and face of Nike Pro Hijab

Olajumoke Adenowo, Nigeria: Founder, Ad Consulting

Uchenna Pedro, Nigeria: Founder and CEO, Bella Naija

Lydia Nsekera, Burundi: President, National Olympic Committee (NOC) of Burundi and member of FIFA Council

Thuli Madonsela, South Africa: Law Trust Chair, Social Justice Research at Stellenbosch University

Fatma Samoura, Senegal: Secretary-General, FIFA

Mamokgethi Phakeng, South Africa: Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town

Post a Comment

0 Comments