All African Women Have Is Each Other – Alexis Okeowo, Writer and Journalist

Alexis Okeowo is one African woman to emulate. She is a journalist and writer. Avid readers of The New Yorker will recognize the staff writer’s frequent bylines – her pieces range from election season in Alabama (her home state) and media’s lack of empathy towards Somalia’s bombings, to the cultural impact of Issa Rae’s Insecure. She has also written […]

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“Don’t ever share your dream before you’ve actually covered the seed and watered it.” – Pearl Thusi

South African actress, Pearl Thusi is one fierce African woman that is breaking boundaries and winning many hearts. Pearl Thusi is ready to be Africa’s ‘Khaleesi.’ It was a given after tackling the lead role in the upcoming fifth edition of the action movie franchise, Scorpion King. According to her, “I learned that I’m actually good at action […]

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Yemi Alade Is An Inspiration For The African Woman

  Who doesn’t know the energetic and highly talented Yemi Alade? We’re pretty sure you know her. What you probably don’t know is that she is one of the globally recognised ladies on the Forbes 30 under 30 list. Yemi Alade has been making us proud for a long time now. She is a singer, […]

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From A Talent Search Competition To The Biggest Actress In South Africa – Read Nomzamo Mbatha Inspiring Story

Nomzamo Mbatha went from a talent search competition to being arguably the fastest-growing brand and celebrity in South Africa. She is an actress on shows like Isibayaand Umlilo; Tell Me Sweet Something, The Jakes Are Missing, All About Love and A Hotel Called Memory. In 2015, she joined the likes of Kerry Washington and Jennifer Garner as the face of Neutrogena. Nomzamo’s career […]

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“My passion started from the need to express myself more.” Stacey Gillian Abe, Contemporary Artist

Stacey Gillian Abe is a Multi-disciplinary contemporary artist, whose work highlights the strength and fragility of the female mind. It attempts to critique stereotypical depictions of her as a black woman. Abe describes herself as reserved, “My passion started from the need to express myself more. I am not an introvert but a bit reserved,” […]

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Maria Borges is setting her own trends in the fashion industry

When you hear the name Maria Borges, what comes to your mind? Surely, it has to be award winning top fashion model from Angola. Young African women have been doing us proud and one of the things we love about Africa is the amount of change and advancement that has come our way through our […]

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