Out of over 350 Senior Advocate Of Nigeria (SAN), only about 22 of us are women. The first woman to become SAN was Chief Folake Sholanke in 1981 long after we have had several men as SAN.
Xperience womanity honours wedomen in Ghana
The Xperience Womanity Awards and Conference 2019 Ghana Edition held successfully on July 26 and 27th at the Swiss Spirit Hotel and Suites in Alisa, Accra – Ghana.
UN reiterates support for Edo State initiatives on women empowerment
The United Nations (UN) organ working for the empowerment of women, also known as UN Women, has pledged support to Edo State Government’s policies...
People wonder how I was able to break 100 years record in India - Emelife Stella Amagbor
Emelife Stella Chinelo Amagbor’s 100 years record-breaking educational feat went viral few weeks ago and alot of Nigerians wanted to know more about the woman who had made the motherland proud.
360 Woman Africa hosts annual Woman Thrive conference June 22
Founded by Yvonne Chioma Ofodile, a UK certified life coach and an under-30 entrepreneur, the company has organized various capacity and personal development events from its inception and has recorded great impact with testimonials to show for it.
We know una #NaDem
Up until last week, #Nadem hadn’t even come up anywhere in our communal radar and now you can’t scroll a few flicks of your thumb before stumbling on yet another #Nadem post. No one quite knows how this social media craze started and by whom, and I am none the wiser, but this doesn’t make…
Discovering your caleo
I recently had the pleasure of attending an event with some powerful female captains of industry of Southern Africa. There was an interesting exercise we did based on the concept of caleo, the Latin word meaning flame.
Genny, R Kelly and the art of agreeing to disagree
Last time I checked I wasn’t paying your bills, thank you very much; so my opinion of your opinion ends where your opinion begins. Nor are you paying my bills, so my opinions you disagree with need not cause you unproportionate offence.
WIMBIZ urges women to play active role in nation’s politics & governance
Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ), has issued a wakeup call to Nigerian women to begin to play active role in politics and governance.
Groups seek policies to address issues affecting girls, women
Rise Up in collaboration with Cummins Incorporated have called on government to implement women-friendly policies to address issues affecting women across the country.