Meet Banke Kuku, CEO- Banke Kuku Textiles.

Award winning textiles designer BankeKuku CEO- Banke Kuku Textiles fuses traditional west-African and Western-eclectic inspiration to create intricate, unique and luxurious fabrics for interiors, soft furnishings and fashion. Her design aesthetic comes together in a striking kaleidoscope of colour and vibrancy. Born in Lagos, Banke moved to the United Kingdom at the age of eight. […]

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“My Biggest Fear is Failure.” Leading Ladies Africa Meets Ivorian-Senegalese CEO- Emmanuella Aboa.

Emmanuella Aboa is the CEO of Transolutions Services- an initiative that focuses on delivering self-awareness and self-development trainings especially for teenagers. Emmanuella sits with us today and shares with us about growing up and how her fear of failure has continued to push her to go after her dreams. Hello Emmanuella, it is great to […]

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“Women should support each other and realise that by helping other women we help ourselves” Bisila Bokoko speaks with Leading Ladies Africa.

Today’s interview is simply amazing. Our guest amongst other things has a goal to reach out to as many rural areas in Africa as possible and build libraries there – something we really need in this part of the world. Find out how she plans to do this and so much more in today’s interview. You […]

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Some of Our Fave’ Looks from EE British Academy Film AWards (BAFTA)

The 72nd British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs was held on 10 February 2019 at the Royal Albert Hall in London honouring the best national and foreign films of 2018. Presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, accolades were handed out for the best feature-length film and documentaries from […]

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Cicely Tyson Does this ‘Impact’ Thing Incredibly Right!

If you need a pointer on what black magic looks like at 94, Cicely Tyson is your perfect muse. What’s interesting about Cicely is, she has been acting for over six-decade and has managed to stay consistently relevant. Now, that is what we call G.O.A.L.S Pure, solid goals. Her acting career began with the movie […]

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Julia Collins Runs a Pizza Company that Uses Both Humans and Robots.

Julia Collins is the Co-founder and President of Zume Pizza, a company that uses a team of humans and robots that work collaboratively to make the freshest pizzas on its way for delivery so it arrives as freshly as possible. After bagging a degree from Harvard with a BA in Government, Julia got an MBA […]

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“Being a creative director is not for the weak and feeble” Leading Ladies Africa Meets Jane Michael-Ekanem.

When you count the top ten stylists in Nigeria, Jane Michael-Ekanem will definitely be mentioned. What sets her apart from the lot isn’t just the authenticity she exudes, the courage she wears or her ability to turn bland to glam, what sets Jane apart is her creative edge. She has been featured on CNN African […]

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Keeping Up With Amandla Stenberg.

Named for the Zulu and Xhosa word for “power,” Amandla was born in Los Angeles, California, to Karen Brailsford, a writer, and Tom Stenberg, a businessman. Her mother is African-American and her father is Danish (and of part Inuit-Greenlandic ancestry). In the summer and fall of 2010, she shot her first feature, Colombiana (2011), an […]

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Here Is Why We Love Regina Hall.

Regina Hall 48, was born in Washington, D.C., to Ruby, a teacher, and Odie Hall, a contractor. She graduated from Fordham University with a degree in English Language in 1992. At 26, she began appearing in commercials, and then made the transition into movies. She has starred in several movie productions including the series Ally […]

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