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Africa’s most dynamic thought-leaders, industry game-changers and icons of social activism set to feature at the exclusive FORBES WOMAN AFRICA 2020 Leading Women Summit
For the 5th edition of this globally-renowned event, panellists and speakers will engage with the impactful 2020 theme, ‘The Ceiling Crashers 2.0: Power with Purpose’. The day’s thought-provoking discussions will be followed by the highly-anticipated FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Awards Gala Dinner which celebrates the continent’s most influential female ‘ceiling crashers’ across a number of key categories.
The African continent’s most influential women from all industries and businesses will be gathering at the 5th edition of the Forbes Woman Africa Leading Women Summit which will be hosted In Durban on the 6th of March. CNBC Africa is joined by Managing Editor of Forbes Woman Africa and Forbes Africa, Renuka Methil for more on this prestigious event.
FORBES AFRICA is on the hunt for Africans under the age of 30, who are building brands, creating jobs and transforming the continent, to join our Under 30 community for 2020.
The continent’s most powerful and accomplished leaders were honoured at the All Africa Business Leaders Awards. It was held in the Sandton Convention Centre before hundreds of influential business leaders in an event sponsored by African Business News the owners of CNBC Africa. CNBC Africa spoke to Naspers SA CEO, Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa who took the Business Woman of the Year award about how she feels about the title.
In a glittering occasion last night a string of the continent’s most powerful and accomplished leaders were honoured at the All Africa Business Leaders Awards. Cover star for the Forbes Africa December/January Issue and President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina spoke to Forbes Africa after being awarded African of the Year at the All African Business Awards 2019.
Lead of Merck for Mothers, Mary-Ann Etiebet, says Nigeria is nowhere near where it needs to be in terms of meeting its health care goals. On the side-lines of the Future of Health in Nigeria Summit held by Forbes Africa and Phillips Health, CNBC Africa's Christy Cole spoke to Mary-Ann.
‘Feisty And Fearless Pioneers’ – that was the Forbes Africa August cover with Nonkululeko Gobodo and that now late Dr. Thandi Ndlovu. Tributes continue to stream in following the car accident that led to the passing of a former medical doctor, member of Umkhonto we Sizwe (ANC's military wing), former President of the Black Business Council, & Founder of Motheo Construction, Thandi Ndlovu. To reflect on the life and work of Dr. Thandi Ndlovu, Managing Partner of Brighton Wealth SubSaharan, Kunyalala Maphisa joins CNBC Africa for more.