Joice Mujuru On Most Powerful Women’s List

VICE President of Zimbabwe, Joice Mujuru was placed fifth on the ForbesAfrica “Top 20 Most Powerful Women in Africa” The list was compiled to celebrate the strides African women have made & continue to make in Africa & around the world.The list was published in the inaugural ForbesAfrica magazine.

The list also includes Liberian president, Mrs Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who was placed first followed by Nigerian Finance Minister, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Mrs Joyce Banda, Vice President of Malawi was third and  Mrs Gill Marcus, Governor of the Reserve Bank of South Africa was placed fourth. VP Mujuru was placed fifth.

The list has one too many people from our neighbours South Africa, but to the Vice President we say congratulations and more to girl power. See rest of list below-

6. Diezani Allison-Madueke, Minister of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria

7. Isabel Dos Santos, Businesswoman, Angola

8. Maria Ramos, C.E.O. ABSA, South Africa

8. Maria Ramos, C.E.O. ABSA, South Africa

10. Linah Mohohlo, Governor, Bank of Botswana, Botswana

11. Nicky Newton King, Future C.E.O., JSE Limited, South Africa

12. The late great, Wangari Maathai, Nobel Prize Laureate, Founder Greenbelt Movement, Kenya

13. Siza Mzimela, C.E.O. SAA, South African Airlines (SAA), South Africa

14. Nonkululeko Nyembezi Heita, C.E.O. Arcelor Mittal, South Africa

15. Graca Machel, Chancellor of UCT,UNICEF Ambassador, South Africa / Mozambique

16. Pinky Moholi, C.E.O., Telkom, South Africa

17. Hynd Bouhia, Former Director General, Casablanca Stock Exchange, Morocco

18. Bridgette Radebe, Chairman, Mmakau Mining, South Africa

19. Irene Charnley, Non-Executive Director MTN Group, C.E.O. Smile Telecomms, South Africa

20. Monhla Hlahla, C.E.O. ACSA, South Africa

source :ForbesAfrica

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