African women; change agents; movers; shakers; queens; powerhouse;

Event’s Review: A Parisian instant with Nicholle Kobi

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Weeks ago, I was surfing on one of my favorite blogs xoNecole when I came across an article titled: “Meet the French illustrator who is all about sisterhood and black girl magic”. Reading through the article, I discovered that I was familiar with the illustrations of the featured lady, Nicholle Kobi. I have seen them on Instagram but never thought of the person behind them. I quickly browsed her website and I saw that she was touring Africa. And she was scheduled to stop in Johannesburg, in August. Since I didn’t know much about her, I’m glad I checked her event out.

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16 inspiring African women series – Part 4 of 4

(This series was updated on 25 March 2018)

The 4th and last installment is here, yay finally…Check out the final installment of African queens who are making waves in the world.

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I have decided to do a top 16 of African women doing amazing things in their fields. Whether they are in the entertainment industry, the media, or in the government affairs; whether they are running NGOs to improve the lives of others or just a young girl who stood up for her rights and challenged the status quo in South African schools like Zuleika Patel did; these women are breaking barriers and making a huge impact not only within their communities but also worldwide. These women are sharing their African colors with the world.

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16 inspiring African women series – Part 3 of 4

From left to right Mo Abudu,Nicole Armateifio, Noella Coursaris, and Diane Audrey Ngako

(This series was updated on 25 March 208)

[The 3rd installment is here…yep, we continue to virtually tour the continent for our Inspiring African Women series].

I have decided to do a top 16 of African women doing amazing things in their fields. Whether they are in the entertainment industry, the media, or in the government affairs; whether they are running NGOs to improve the lives of others or just a young girl who stood up for her rights and challenged the status quo in South African schools like Zuleika Patel did; these women are breaking barriers and making a huge impact not only within their communities but also worldwide. These women are sharing their African colors with the world. (more…)

16 inspiring African women series – Part 2 of 4

From left to right Mo Abudu,Nicole Armateifio, Noella Coursaris, and Diane Audrey Ngako

(This series was updated on 25 March 2018)

[It’s Women month, and we continue our Inspiring African women series!]

I have decided to do a top 16 of African women doing amazing things in their fields. Whether they are in the entertainment industry, the media, or in the government affairs; whether they are running NGOs to improve the lives of others or just a young girl who stood up for her rights and challenged the status quo in South African schools like Zuleika Patel did; these women are breaking barriers and making a huge impact not only within their communities but also worldwide. These women are sharing their African colors with the world. (more…)

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