Dr Thandeka Mazibuko is a specialist in Radiation Oncology and founder of Sinomusanothando Community Development which advocates for cancer awareness in the rural areas and townships, she is using her government salary to keep this NGO active.
May 17, 2013 Regina Ingabire, Co-Founder Never Again International Youth Network. Words of Wisdom: We are mothers, and we need to be educators of our children. We have to encourage our children to be active citizens and to part of finding solutions to our countries.
Founder & CEO of ARG Design. Words of Wisdom "There is a depth of dignity, reliance and wisdom and huge generosity in the spirit of African women. Bring it out. Stand together and work together."
Founder & Director, St. Christopher’s Kindergarten, Preparatory and Secondary in Nairobi, Kenya. A first of many, she has been an inspiration to her community, and an influence in education for women in East Africa
Founder & President, The CSI Business Congress, Showcasing Business response to HIV/AIDS, Owner OF De`Ma Restaurant, Durban South Africa.
Managing Director, Tanzania Women’s Bank Ltd, a pioneer in the Tanzanian Banking industry.
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Transman, South Africa, a temporary worker placement agency serving over 11,000 workers since inception in 1983.
Co-Founder and COO, Gahaya Links is known for exporting 'Peace Baskets' to international markets and weaving peace among Rwandan's rural communities. Employers of 100's of women and men in Rwanda.
Founder & Director, Lesotho Child Counseling Unit, Lesotho. An orphanage that she founded in 2001 to provide a temporary and safe home for the rehabilitative care of sexually, physically, and emotionally abused children.
Founder & Legal Representative, RTUC Rwanda Tourism University College - the first tourism university in Rwanda. 2012 Woman Entrepreneur of the year by Rwanda Development Board (RDB).
Founder & Trustee Gandhi Development Trust. She is a founding member of the Natal Organization of Women, which joined the ANC Women’s League, joined the ANC and the SACP in which she was chosen as a central committee member. Ela was nominated and accepted to serve on the Legal Aid Board of South Africa.
In loving memory - Founder & Managing Director Tintsaba, Master Weavers in Sisal. Sheila Freemantle left us on October 29, 2012. Sheila impacted so many lives. Watch, Listen, Read, her inspiring words of wisdom of how to change the lives of thousands with love. Help her legacy live!
A pioneer Human Rights Activist in Swaziland. Great insight into African women's realities as second-class citizens.
First Executive Director of the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR). Prior to joining IPAR, she held various responsibilities as an academic in senior management positions in Higher Education in Rwanda.