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June/July 2017

#TheViolenceMustStop - On a recent work trip to Mauritius, the ground-floor room I was staying in at a two storied beach-facing hotel had a small window I couldn’t latch fully. I spent several restless moments figuring a way to rein it in, fasten it ... Read more


‘I Want To Make A Difference’
Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, President of Mauritius, speaks about her academic efforts studying one of the most biodiverse hotspots on earth. Her country is celebrating 25 years of being a republic...

‘No One Loved Me – Not Even God’
South Africa has made massive strides in HIV research and treatment, but what are the prospects for HIV-positive women who are pregnant now...

Would You Carry A Child For Someone?
In the last issue of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, we looked at egg donation and interviewed parents who took the surrogacy route. Now, we focus on the women who willingly opt to be human incubators...

The Workplace Of The Future – Or Now?
The essential construct of a 9-to-5 job has radically changed and the gig economy is one of the major elements of the workforce of the future...

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America’s Richest Self-Made Women
These 60 entrepreneurs, innovators and entertainers made their money in everything from makeup to finance. Altogether they are worth a record $61.5 billion...

A Paradise in Retreat
Madagascar is absolutely exhilarating, as he takes us to this lost world populated by lemurs, chameleons and a people systematically bringing about its decline.

Fighting To The End
In May, 82 more Chibok girls were released in exchange for Boko Haram prisoners. Oby Ezekwesili, a strong advocate in the campaign to bring them back...

Not Just Hard Work, But Heart Work
As incidents of gender-based violence increase in Africa, those like Nigeria’s Kemi Dasilva-Ibru, are trying to bring relief to stigmatized victims.

The Powerhouse Changing The World
She works in two different continents and has wowed celluloid audiences of both. She shares a birthday with Nelson Mandela and is working hard for the planet’s children.

The Kenyan Spreading Joy
Rachel Ruto, the Second Lady of Kenya, has for the last seven years pushed for the economic empowerment of women in the country building capacity and strong communities.

Going Down The Spice Route
Essie Bartels worked several odd jobs she hated before opening a company selling mouth-watering spices and sentiments to the world.

Millions Online And In Her Designer Pockets
A millennial who made her mark as a beauty queen, musician and actress in one year and convinced Africa’s youngest billionaire to invest in her start-up company.

On A GoodWicket Now
Women’s cricket in South Africa has shown the rest of Africa what a little interest and investment can do for women’s sport.


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