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Naomi Campbell Feb 11
I’m honored to be the headline speaker for the 2019 FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Leading Women Summit 🇿🇦 Can’t wait to see you, Durban ♥️
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Asavela Mngqithi Mar 8
Gala dinner. Forbes Woman Africa Awards
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Undlunkulu XOLI❣️ Mar 9
Remember her? Marius Botha shared a post that Mama Nosipho Mkhupheka works unselfishly at Home Affairs. Last night at ICC Durban, Mama Nosipho won a Forbes Africa Woman Public Sector Award. May there be more like her 🙌🏾❤️
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Adaku Ufere Mar 9
International Women’s Day with my girls at the
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Keeping up with Karen Mar 8
Winner of the social influencer award is Obiageli Ezekwesili
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Nabeelah Shaikh Mar 8
Replying to @Nabeelah_Shaikh
: Montjane says she’s proof that a black African woman can dominate what’s known as a white dominated sport. She says she’s going to keep persevering. She remains a successful wheelchair tennis player placed in the top 10 of the ITF ranking. @OpenNewsSA
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KZN Provincial Gov Mar 8
's Leading Woman Dr. Nonhlanhla Mkhize at
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BLXK AFRICA Feb 7
📣: Supermodel, Philanthropist, Activist and Cultural Innovator will headline the 2019 , hosted by , taking place at on International Women’s Day - Friday, 8 March. Visit
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CNBC Africa Mar 18
: Why believes Africa should guard its fashion and fabrics jealously
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ABN EventProductions Feb 20
Stand a chance to WIN 2 tickets to on 8 March in Durban. Buy a copy of the latest before the 28th February 2019, post a picture on Twitter using ’Take Me To ' - you'll automatically be entered into the competition! T&C's apply.
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RENUKA METHIL Feb 7
And the day has arrived. Announcing the Supermodel, Philanthropist, Activist and Cultural Innovator who will headline the FORBES WOMAN AFRICA Leading Women Summit, in , hosted by KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government, on 8 March.
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Tourism KZN Mar 11
Replying to @ForbesWomanAfri
Technology and Innovation Award went to Arlene Mulder who has established WeThinkCode, a tech business that aims to democratise and revolutionise education in order to deliver Africa’s top tech talent.
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Saloni Wahi Mar 9
Congratulations on the inspiring content, execution & delivery to entire team
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LindiB Mar 8
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Judy Kepher Gona Mar 8
Replying to @LWSummit
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WeThinkCode_ Mar 8
Congratulations to co-founder who is tonight’s winner of the Technology & Innovation Award. 👏👏👏
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Lauren Adley Mar 8
Being able to show emotion is what makes us powerful, and what makes us women. An incredibly inspiring story from Dr Portia Gumede at
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Blessing Feb 24
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𝔸𝕃𝔼𝕏𝔸ℕ𝔻𝔼ℝ Mar 7
REGISTRATION ALERT: The 2019 Leading Women Summit is BY INVITATION or those who have purchased tickets via WebTickets. If you have not been receiving regular email updates from the Team, you are not registered and will be unable to attend the event.
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Judy Kepher Gona Mar 8
Replying to @LWSummit
Our past and circumstances only refine us, they don't define us.
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