Dr Thandeka Mazibuko, interviewed by Suzanne F. Stevens, the host of Wisdom Exchange TV. Dr Thandeka Mazibuko is a specialist in Radiation Oncology and the Founder of Sinomusanothando Community Development. In this 5min video, Dr Mazibuko shares one of the most important skills of human kind. This skill can save lives. This skill can save someone from emotional despair or a life-threatening disease. Interestingly, this skill can also provide the most hope and opportunity.
In this short presentation at the CCAfrica's African Women Trade & Investment Opportunity Conference, Suzanne F Stevens shares pioneering African women's strengths - which we all can learn from and opportunities for African women to expand their business impact. These insights are based interviewing women pioneers all over Africa over 20 months and continuing.
Dr Thandeka Mazibuko, interviewed by Suzanne F. Stevens, the host of Wisdom Exchange TV. Dr Thandeka Mazibuko is a specialist in Radiation Oncology and the Founder of Sinomusanothando Community Development. She is a conscious contributor as she donates much of her time to the rural community she grew up in providing health services. In a 2.5min video she shares her challenge with bringing screening to that very community as a woman.
I am presently sitting at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. As I watch the sheer volume of water and the power of its force as it crashes down to Batoka Gorge, I am reminded of one of my favourite books, The Power of [...]
At the Hanne Howard and Ted Horton funded community for children, we were watching the children do their crafts, playing, conversing and looking you in the eye when they speak, you quickly recognize that they have been brought up with [...]
As I depart from Kenya I cannot help reflecting on the diversity of the women I have met, and where some of their values intersect and where they are polarized. I came to Kenya from Toronto, Canada to hear the perspectives of Kenyan women from different backgrounds. These perspectives I [...]
As my husband I arrive in the middle of the night to Kenya and then to Africa International University, I quickly remember the fresh African air, the monumental potholes, and the Kenyan hospitality. With each Karibu greeting, (Welcome [...]
The Women Leadership Blog is honoured to launch with the announcement of the successful summit of a group of 13 Canadian women who climbed Kilimanjaro to raise funds for a women’s leadership centre, Leah Ngini Community Centre, in Nairobi, Kenya. For the last year these women trained rigorously on weekends [...]
Since the inception of the Ignite Excellence Foundation in April 2007 we have made some strides to develop the women leadership in Africa.