Editorials

Ms Phindile Xaba

Phindile Xaba says she “collided” with the media as she does not recall ever deciding to pursue a specific career when she was growing up; she left everything to destiny. But she was clear about her love for words and reading. A friend’s suggestion that she takes up photography and filming after spending a gap year instantly appealed to her.

The hard hat lady with wine in her hand.

Nonkululeko Williams is the founder of two lucrative business outfits: Lukuye Development Projects and A2B Winery. She was recently featured in the Real Housewives of Durban – a popular reality American hit franchise that captured the imagination of the South African TV audience.She is smart, sassy, deeply religious and yet proud of her Zulu culture having grownup in the northern side of KZN, town called Esikhawini.

First Female President Of The National Black Business Council.

Danisa Baloyi is a revered and seasoned business woman who has occupied top executive positions including serving in boards of various business outfits. She was the first female to chair the Black Business Council and she also led other entities such as National Skills Authority and South African Women’s Investment Holdings. In addition she boasts directorship in some of the blue chip companies ranging from Denel, Absa, Fidentia the Don Group, AMB and Adcorp. She was also elected the President of the global International Women Forum chapter of South Africa.

She is Black, focused, efficient and comes in highly recommended as one of the best

That sums up Noko Maila, principal at the Bramley Primary School in Johannesburg South Africa. With a teaching experience of almost three decades, Maila has been headmaster at the same school for a record 19 years. The School’s motto is “Strive for Excellence” and it is no wonder that Maila and her highly qualified team of educators seek excellence and nothing else.

“Somaliland’s God Mother”

Dr Edna Adan Ismail commands so much global respect and adulation for her selflessness and incredible fortitude. The octogenarian has single-handedly built a hospital in her hometown ravaged by civil strife which severely scarred the country. Not only is she the vocal critic of the female genital mutilation (FGM) practice but she has also become its face as she galvanises the world against it.

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