LLA 10 Questions with the #LadyBoss Liz Osho – “As a female entrepreneur, I have to remain true to myself and find my own voice.”

  Our #LadyBoss today is a barrier breaker and a mountain mover. After a successful time as the Online Manager of Genevieve Magazine, Liz Osho started her own digital agency and her success is proof that hard work and persistence are important for every female entrepreneur. In our interview with her, Liz shares the secrets […]

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#FaithSeries – The Truths We Must Declare Over Our Fretting Hearts to counter our “do-up” culture.

When I first saw Ighwiyisi Jacobs’ video and heard the chatter around Alicia Key’s no-make-up-resolution, I wondered if our hearts really wants the truth. I wonder how we could really tell our weary souls that beauty really is beyond skin. How we can really get ourselves to believe that “doing our faces up” or “doing up […]

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#LLAInterview – “If you are not experiencing ongoing challenges then you are not really in a dynamic, meaningful business.” Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu

There is a reason why Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu is described as a serial entrepreneur; she is renowned for launching several successful start-ups. A woman who takes pride in her heritage, Bethlehem believes that the expansion of Africa can only be made possible by Africans themselves. In our interview with her, she talks about her business […]

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Four things you should learn from Taffi Ayodele of Thandos

  Taffi Ayodele is beautiful, classy and she is the co-founder of Thandos, an authentic African designer brand, creators of Africa’s first foldable ballerina flats. Now if you have not seen those shoes you have a lot of catching up to do. In 2014, Taffi took part in the She Leads Africa competition and came third. Here […]

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Susan Granger faced the same problem we face everyday but decided to do something about it. You won’t believe the results

  Ever struggled with getting quality leather handbags without having to break the bank? You’re not alone. Susan Granger also faced the same difficulty but unlike most people, she decided to do something about it. Susan searched in vain for quality leather handbags and when she couldn’t find what she could afford, she took a decision […]

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Archel is empowering Ebola survivors in Liberia through fashion

Archel Bernard was in Liberia studying a course during the Ebola outbreak. When she completed her course she couldn’t bring herself to leave Liberia. The daughter of Liberian war refugees had fallen in love with the country and her people and she wanted to help and empower women; those who had survived the Ebola epidemic, […]

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#LLAInterview – “We have not been limited in any way in our business because we are women.” The Addison sisters, CEO of Enlaza Global

The Addison sisters almost turned down a university degree because the course they were offered wasn’t one that was considered to be prestigious. Convinced by their high school teacher to accept the offer, studying Linguistics was the best thing that happened to the Addison sisters as they discovered their true passion through the course. Who […]

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