I first came across Angela back in the day when she was part of the Kenyan pop group Tattu. Now the former recording artists, dancer and actress is recognised as one of the Top 40 Women Under 40 In Kenya 2017. Lawyer. Chief Executive Officer. Creative. Seamlessly moving from the Kenyan pop charts to the … Continue reading From the Kenyan pop charts to C.E.O | Angela Ndambuki
The most feared (by the bad guys) and respected (by the people) journalist across Africa. In 2010, The Ghanaian Journalist Association awarded him the best in anti-corruption reporting and honoured him as Journalist of the Year in 2006 and 2016. In 2011 he was awarded the Lorenzo Natali Prize (2nd Prize for Africa) by the … Continue reading Ghana’s most feared journalist | Anas Aremeyaw Anas
Winnie Mandela, in my eyes, unquestionably one of Africa's greatest leaders and heroes! However, what I found interesting was the difference of opinion on Mama Mandela's legacy and a lot of questions around her legacy. So on this episode I am joined by Olu, Noredine and Tshepiso for what I like to call an "African … Continue reading Winnie Mandela: Guiding Star & Shining Sun of Africa
A biodiversity scientists and founder of the Centre for Pytotherapy Research. Entrepreneur. TED Speaker. First female President of Mauritius. Third female President in African history. African Union Award recipient for 'Women in Science'. UNESCO Award recipient for Women in Science for Africa. There is so much to be said about Madame President, here are the 5 lessons … Continue reading Ameenah Gurib-Fakim | 5 lessons from the 100 Most Reputable Africans 2018
Foreign Policy magazine 2017 Diplomat of the Year. Inducted into the Nigerian Women’s Hall of Fame. One of New African Magazine's 100 Most Influential Africans of 2015, 2016 and 2017. Former Minister of Environment of Nigeria. Included in Fortune Magazine's annual list of the World's Greatest Leaders 2016 and also its 2015 listing of the … Continue reading Amina Mohammed | 5 lessons from the 100 Most Reputable Africans 2018
Named Forbes African Person of the Year 2013. Current President of the African Development Bank (AfDB). Recipient of YARA Prize for the African Green Revolution. Winner of the 2017 World Food Prize. Awarded Purdue University’s Distinguished Agricultural Alumni Award. Served as Nigeria's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development. Associate Director at the Rockefeller Foundation in New York.