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What a breathless year this was! From meeting African Presidents to First Ladies for our covers, and featuring global billionaires to winning awards and celebrating FORBES’ 100th year, the memory of this year is a montage of events and megawatt e... Read more


‘Write Your Own Story’
We spend an afternoon with Janet Kataaha Museveni, the First Lady and Minister of Education and Sports. She tells us about her life, Uganda’s future and what it’s like working with the President...

He’s Gone!
How the world’s oldest leader spent decades saving a country from white minority rule, only to spend just as long bludgeoning its economy, and then losing it all...

The Gift Of A Human Heart 50 Years On
On December 3, the world celebrates half a century since the first successful heart transplant. FORBES WOMAN AFRICA visited the Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town where it all began...

Successes Amidst The Squatters
Township economies are often overlooked for not being competitive or innovative enough. There are success stories here that defy all odds. Can they ever be part of the mainstream...

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Durban diary
A day out in KwaZulu-Natal when our photojournalist has some pleasant, and not-so-pleasant encounters.

The known enemy
There is still a great amount of public apathy to the many forms of violence children experience. Most perpetrators are people they know.

The African Penguin's day out
At the break of a beautiful dawn near the Cape, our travel writer captured African penguins. Their steady march in and out of the water made for great photography.

Calling out sexual harassment
Sexual harassment and predators like Harvey Weinstein exist in all workplaces. The culture of silence and complicity makes it worse.

Top sport stars in 2018
Watch out for them, they are in it to win it.

The show must go on
So what if the Nigerian economy is in tatters? People still get married in style, anywhere from Lagos to Lake Como to Las Vegas.

Reinventing the wheel
With a recent win at the Miss Wheelchair World pageant, Lebohang Monyatsi is hoping to change the image of women with disability in South Africa.

Signing off in style
The Eritrean twins, who fell deaf at seven years old, are now spreading deaf awareness through bold, fun fashion.


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