Women Shaping Africa, South Africa

Women Shaping Africa, South Africa Women Shaping Africa is geared towards the amplification of women issues on a global stage to enhance the overall wellbeing of women across Africa while shaping the future through one policy change at a time.

Black Goals: With just a few days to go before the quest to conquer Kilimanjaro begins, Unathi Msengana explained she wa...
01/21/2018
South Africa’s Singer And Media Personality, Unathi Msengana Is Going To Summit Africa’s Highest Mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro

Black Goals: With just a few days to go before the quest to conquer Kilimanjaro begins, Unathi Msengana explained she was as prepared as one could be before attempting to summit the 5,895 m above sea level mountain, but that didn't stop the nerves...

With just a few days to go before the quest to conquer Kilimanjaro begins for the Idols SA judge, the Sonini hitmaker explained she was as prepared as one could be before attempting to summit the 5…

In May this year, Brenda Akinyi committed suicide by running onto oncoming traffic near the Kabete Police Station. This ...
10/20/2017
Cyber Bullying As A Form Of Violence Against Women And How To Tackle It

In May this year, Brenda Akinyi committed suicide by running onto oncoming traffic near the Kabete Police Station. This happened after an incident where her 3 year old daughter was defiled and members in the Facebook group started ridiculing and talking ill of her rather than... Read More Here>>>>>>>>>

Cyber bullying can be described as the use of cell phones, instant messaging, email or social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter to harass, threaten and intimidate someone. Back in the d…

Bitterness still fills my heart when I look at them," she says, pointing at the cows grazing at the rear of her family's...
10/20/2017
Tales Of A Child Bride: ‘My Father Sold Me For 12 Cows’

Bitterness still fills my heart when I look at them," she says, pointing at the cows grazing at the rear of her family's compound. For Grace they are a daily reminder of how she was treated like cattle, a commodity to be bought and sold. "But given what I went through, I sometimes wish I had been born a cow,"...Read More Here>>>>>>>

So common are the practices of abduction, rape and forced marriage of girls in northern Tanzania that a single word is used to encapsulate them all: kupura. It is a word used by people from the Suk…

" It was a busy restaurant, and as soon as we sat down he ordered a vodka and diet soda for himself. I asked for a juice...
10/20/2017
Lupita Nyogo Recounts Her Nightmarish Experience With A Sexual Predator, One Of Hollywood’s Most Powerful Producer

" It was a busy restaurant, and as soon as we sat down he ordered a vodka and diet soda for himself. I asked for a juice. Harvey was unimpressed with my choice and told the waiter to bring me a vodka and diet soda instead. I declined and said I wanted the juice. We went back and forth until finally he turned to the waiter and said, “Get her what I tell you to get her. I’m the one paying the bill" Read More Here>>>>>>>>>>

Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong’o has detailed her encounter of sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein, one of Hollywood’s most powerful producers. In an essay in the New York Times, Nyong’…

“I woke up one morning, and my father told me that we were poor and needed money,” said Faith, describing the moment she...
10/19/2017
Escape At Dawn: The Story Of Faith,11-Years-Old Is One You Want To Read And Share

“I woke up one morning, and my father told me that we were poor and needed money,” said Faith, describing the moment she learned she was engaged. She was 11 years old at the time. Read More here>>>>>..

“I woke up one morning, and my father told me that we were poor and needed money,” said Faith, describing the moment she learned she was engaged. She was 11 years old at the time. Her f…

Feminism is quite misunderstood.A lot of people view feminists as a bunch of angry man haters who want to kill every man...
10/03/2017
Hey, We Should All Be Feminists – 6 Things Everybody Needs To Know About Feminism

Feminism is quite misunderstood.

A lot of people view feminists as a bunch of angry man haters who want to kill every man and take over the world. Hahahah.. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Here are the 6 things you should know about feminism. Read More Here >>>>>>>

Feminism is quite misunderstood. A lot of people view feminists as a bunch of angry man haters who want to kill every man and take over the world. Hahahah.. This couldn’t be further from the truth.…

“My oldest memory about drawing was when I was 5. I was drawing on my stepmother’s Amina magazines. It was black and whi...
10/03/2017
Congolese-French Illustrator Nicholle Kobi’s Drawings Shamelessly Celebrate The Strength Of Black Women

“My oldest memory about drawing was when I was 5. I was drawing on my stepmother’s Amina magazines. It was black and white. When she was finished reading them I would draw on the women’s faces and change their clothing. I studied art in middle school. Everybody hated art but I loved it...

Nicholle Kobi is a black French illustrator whose work oozes black girl magic. Her drawings celebrate the plurality of black women. In a day and age where we are still not held in high regard, she …

Your father should be the first man to show you your worth and how you need to be loved. He should be the one to maintai...
10/03/2017
Opinion – Have We Failed Our Daughters?

Your father should be the first man to show you your worth and how you need to be loved. He should be the one to maintain a spirit of positive affirmation. Read More Here>>>>>>>

Unfathered (Evera) author Dr Disa Mogashana says to Destiny Connect that the dynamics between you and your father will always play their part in your romantic relationships. In Your father is your …

I am the mum of four planned children. They are, in my view, many unplanned pregnancies, but all children are planned. R...
10/03/2017
[Opinion]: Being Pregnant Is Not A Choice, Having A Baby Is

I am the mum of four planned children. They are, in my view, many unplanned pregnancies, but all children are planned. Read More Here >>>>>

I am the mum of four planned children. There are, in my view, many unplanned pregnancies, but all children are planned. In the 1990s I had a corporate career and measurable opportunities. I have no…

South African actress, Thuso Mbedu’s skills on the screen has been recognized with a nomination at the 2017 Internationa...
10/03/2017
Winning: South Africa’s Thuso Mbedu Nabs Emmy Nomination For Role As Winnie In Isthunzi

South African actress, Thuso Mbedu’s skills on the screen has been recognized with a nomination at the 2017 International Emmy Awards for her role as Winnie in Isthunzi by Mzansi Magic.
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South African actress, Thuso Mbedu’s skills on the screen has been recognized with a nomination at the 2017 International Emmy Awards for her role as Winnie in Isthunzi by Mzansi Magic. The twenty-…

Its been 28 years since Chicago had its first ever African Festival of the Arts, it has since grown and been recognized ...
09/06/2017
Photos: African International Festival Of The Arts, Chicago 2017

Its been 28 years since Chicago had its first ever African Festival of the Arts, it has since grown and been recognized as one of the largest and longest-running festivals in the Midwest focusing on African Art and Culture. Event Photos -->

Its been 28 years since Chicago had its first ever African Festival of the Arts, it has since grown and been recognized as one of the largest and longest-running festivals in the Midwest focusing o…

A quick chat about ‘Comparison being the thief of joy’, delivered in this video message by Nena Ubani. Nena is a Wellnes...
09/06/2017
Video: Nena Ubani Talks Depression And How To Not Fall Victim To

A quick chat about ‘Comparison being the thief of joy’, delivered in this video message by Nena Ubani. Nena is a Wellness Coach and Mental Health advocate. Watch video -->

A quick chat about ‘Comparison being the thief of joy’, delivered in this video message by Nena Ubani. Nena is a Wellness Coach and Mental Health advocate. In Nena’s own words, &#…

Only 11% of the civil engineers in South Africa are women. Of those, three-quarters leave the profession early on, due t...
09/06/2017
Lusanda Tyebileyo And Lerato Kotane – South Africa Female Engineers Defying Stereotypes

Only 11% of the civil engineers in South Africa are women. Of those, three-quarters leave the profession early on, due to stigma. Of that 11%, only a small portion are black women, such as Lusanda Tyebileyo (32) and Lerato Kotane (30), who are defying the odds as symbols of change. Go to link to learn their story -->

Gender parity in the civil engineering field in South Africa is a major concern, but women like Lusanda Tyebileyo and Lerato Kotane are making an impact. Only 11% of the civil engineers in South Af…

Prayers Up: Sierra Leone Mudslide, Texas Hurricane Harvey & South Asia’s Flooding>>>Women Shaping Africa and Women Shapi...
08/31/2017
Prayers Up: Sierra Leone Mudslide, Texas Hurricane Harvey, South Asia’s Flooding

Prayers Up: Sierra Leone Mudslide, Texas Hurricane Harvey & South Asia’s Flooding>>>

Women Shaping Africa and Women Shaping Africa South Africa sending prayers to the victims and survivors of these natural disasters . # prayersUp

The events around the world these past few weeks are disheartening. No words can explain how we feel, we are very sad, with tears on our faces. If you are reading this, say a prayer for the victims…

Many have debated this topic surrounding her “greatest” title for some time, however, it’s really what the world-class a...
08/31/2017
Tennis Isn’t The Only Reason Why Serena Williams Is The Greatest Of All Time

Many have debated this topic surrounding her “greatest” title for some time, however, it’s really what the world-class athlete deals with outside of the sport that cements her status. Williams’s career has spanned almost 20 years, much longer than many of the women who started during her era. As new women in the sport have come and gone, Serena has been a mainstay on the tour, and a threat whether she was... Read more here>>>>

Many have debated this topic surrounding her “greatest” title for some time, however, it’s really what the world-class athlete deals with outside of the sport that cements her status. Williams’s ca…

Spotlighting Thembisa Mdoda – Read more here
08/31/2017
Spotlighting Thembisa Mdoda – Actress, Radio And TV Personality

Spotlighting Thembisa Mdoda – Read more here

Thembisa Mdoda is born creative and her creativity spans far and wide earning her the title of ‘Jack of all Trades’ in the entertainment industry. A purposeful and driven woman, Thembisa strengthen…

Life is a gift and a temporary one at that. If there is one way of saying thank you to life, it is to ask – Am I conspir...
08/29/2017
‘Woman, Don’t Conspire Against Yourself’ By Minna Salami

Life is a gift and a temporary one at that. If there is one way of saying thank you to life, it is to ask – Am I conspiring against myself? (Am I being unappreciative of the gift that life is?) To answer this question, you will need to develop a meditative state of mind. If not through actual meditation...

Minna Salami is the founder of MsAfropolitan.com. We love sharing her articles, and today is no exception. Minna is a writer, speaker and ideas journalist. In a recent piece that she wrote titled &…

Black girls rock, even more so at the box office. The blockbuster comedy fronted by Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Rebecca ...
08/29/2017
ICYMI – ‘Girls Trip’ Surpasses $100M Mark At The Box Office

Black girls rock, even more so at the box office. The blockbuster comedy fronted by Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Rebecca Haddish and Jada Pinkett Smith has crossed the $100m mark. Watch trailer...

Black girls rock, even more so at the box office. The blockbuster comedy fronted by Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Rebecca Haddish and Jada Pinkett Smith has crossed the $100m mark. Watch trailer.

Senamile Masango is the first African woman Nuclear Scientist, she alongside a group of students from South Africa's Uni...
08/29/2017
Spotlighting Senamile Masango – First African Woman Nuclear Scientist

Senamile Masango is the first African woman Nuclear Scientist, she alongside a group of students from South Africa's University of the Western Cape, UWC recently performed the first African-led experiment at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) laboratory in Switzerland...
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Senamile Masango is the first African woman Nuclear Scientist, she alongside a group of students from South Africa’s University of the Western Cape, UWC recently performed the first African-l…

Gugu Nkabinde  recently launched Gugu Intimates. An underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace the...
08/29/2017
Spotlighting Gugu Nkabinde: Founder, ‘Gugu Intimates’ Underwear Collection That Aims To Inspire Black Women

Gugu Nkabinde recently launched Gugu Intimates. An underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace themselves by loving their skin. A Bachelor of Arts Media Studies graduate. Gugu had the intention of taking the journalism and radio world by storm, until she...
Read more about Gugu Intimates>>>>>>

Gugu Nkabinde  recently launched Gugu Intimates. An underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace themselves by loving the skin they’re in. A Bachelor of Arts Media Studies gradu…

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08/24/2017

True or nah? Tag a friend that fits this description..

Gugu Nkabinde is the brain behind 'Gugu Intimates', an underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace ...
08/24/2017
Spotlighting Gugu Nkabinde: Founder, ‘Gugu Intimates’ Underwear Collection That Aims To Inspire Black Women

Gugu Nkabinde is the brain behind 'Gugu Intimates', an underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace themselves by loving their skin. Learn what motivates Gugu to jump-start this venture →

Gugu Nkabinde recently launched Gugu Intimates. An underwear collection that aims to inspire black women to embrace themselves by loving the skin they’re in. A Bachelor of Arts Media Studies gradu…

Women come from a history where there were limited opportunities for them in politics, economics, personal and social ri...
08/24/2017
Women Thou Art Loosed, Not Be Loose! By Lulu White-Raheem

Women come from a history where there were limited opportunities for them in politics, economics, personal and social rights. Women have for generations been treated as children of a lesser God.. Lulu White-Raheem shares her take on today's feminism tag -->

My limited understanding on feminism is that it’s a movement that seeks to establish equal opportunities for women in education and professional career development. Women come from a history where …

These five things will help you check up on your health -->
08/24/2017
Five Things Your Period Could Be Saying About Your Health

These five things will help you check up on your health -->

These five things will help you check up on your health. Period pain We’ve probably all experienced the agony of having to sit at work doubled over our desks, while their uterus twists itself into …

Boitumelo Mpye, also known as Melo B Jones is from South Africa, a singer/songwriter whose music you bet you want to lis...
08/23/2017
Music Sunday: South Africa’s Melo B. Jones – ‘The Start EP’

Boitumelo Mpye, also known as Melo B Jones is from South Africa, a singer/songwriter whose music you bet you want to listen to. Her genre is what you would call a cross between neo soul and R&B...
Read more about Melo B here>>>>>

Boitumelo Mpye, also known as Melo B Jones is from South Africa, a singer/songwriter whose music you bet you want to listen to. Her genre is what you would call a cross between neo soul and R&B…

We appreciate the interest, the #Likes. We hope to grow into the online community for #womenshapingSouthAfrica that you ...
08/23/2017
Women Shaping Africa, South Africa

We appreciate the interest, the #Likes. We hope to grow into the online community for #womenshapingSouthAfrica that you will be proud of.. Thank you!

Women Shaping Africa is geared towards the amplification of women issues on a global stage to enhance the overall wellbeing of women across Africa while shaping the future through one policy change at a time.

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08/23/2017

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Child birth is a process of joy and fulfillment for any mother, as she knows she is bringing forth life and a happiness ...
08/22/2017
40 Years An Outcast: The Story Of A Fistula Survivor

Child birth is a process of joy and fulfillment for any mother, as she knows she is bringing forth life and a happiness to the world. But as it so happens to many women in Sub saharan Africa and Asia, this joy soon turns to ashes when prolonged, protracted labor causes childbirth injuries which reduce them to the ultimate state of human wretchedness.

Women Shaping Africa filmed a documentary in the hinterlands of Africa around this amazing and brave woman who was not only rejected by her husband and family, but also ostracized by society as well.

We present you the story of Lucia.

Child birth is a process of joy and fulfilment for any mother, as she knows she is bringing forth life and a happiness to the world. But as it so happens to many women in Sub saharan Africa and Asi…

Lusanda Worsley On Running SA’s First Black, Female-Driven Experiential Marketing Agency.She’s blazing a new trail, havi...
08/22/2017
Lusanda Worsley On Running SA’s First Black, Female-Driven Experiential Marketing Agency

Lusanda Worsley On Running SA’s First Black, Female-Driven Experiential Marketing Agency.She’s blazing a new trail, having started SA’s first black, female-driven experiential marketing agency.
Read more about Lusanda here>>>>

Lusanda “Lucy” Worsley has long surpassed her childhood dream of working in the advertising agency. In fact, she’s blazing a new trail, having started SA’s first black, female-driven experiential m…

“Women Advancing Africa seeks to create an inter generational movement of women who will build consensus on priorities t...
08/22/2017
Empowering the Other Half of Africa’s Economy By Graça Machel, Education Minister – Mozambique

“Women Advancing Africa seeks to create an inter generational movement of women who will build consensus on priorities they are going to tackle together. By connecting women leaders, we can open avenues and opportunities that will bring along thousands and indeed millions of women, to conquer and take advantage of the economic advances being made in Africa.” – said Graca Machel
Read more about Graca Machel here >>>

JOHANNESBURG – Julius Nyerere, the founding president of Tanzania, once said that “unity” will not make Africa rich, but “it can make it difficult for Africa and the African peoples to be disregard…

Montjane heads the Personal and Business Banking department at South Africa’s Standard Bank.. Montjane is a strong belie...
08/22/2017
Funeka Montjane On The Essence Of Black Excellence

Montjane heads the Personal and Business Banking department at South Africa’s Standard Bank.. Montjane is a strong believer in women empowering each other and she thinks it’s important for women to push for increased female representation in the boardroom. Read more about Funeka here -->

Funeka Montjane is South Africa’s Standard Bank Personal And Business Banking Head. At the age of 27, when some of her peers were still trying to climb the corporate ladder, Funeka Montjane b…

Women Shaping Africa, South Africa
08/21/2017

Women Shaping Africa, South Africa

Precious Molio-MotsepePrecious is an inspiration as she is an educated professional, a business woman, wife and mother.A...
08/21/2017

Precious Molio-Motsepe

Precious is an inspiration as she is an educated professional, a business woman, wife and mother.
A Doctor by profession and chairman of Southern Africa’s leading Fashion Weeks company, African Fashion International. 2012 saw the brand get Mercedes-Benz sponsorship and are now part of the international clique of MBFWs.

Dr. Precious Moloi-Motsepe is a Johannesburg based businesswoman. She is chairperson of African Fashion International (AFI), a company that owns and hosts Mercedes-Benz Fashion weeks in South Africa and Africa.
Dr. Moloi-Motsepe started her career in medicine at Wits University. She is Patron of Birdlife South Africa and Patron of Child Welfare South Africa. She is past President of the Cancer Association of South Africa and is now its lifetime member. She sits on the board of Synergos, an organization dedicated to addressing global poverty and social injustice through collaboration with governments, business and civil society, by creating sustainable systems change. She enjoys reading, travelling and watching football with her family. She is married to Patrice Motsepe; they live in Johannesburg with their 3 children.

She hasn’t left medicine, which is why she will always see herself as doctor. She will always be a Doctor. Her passion for global health issues led to the creation of the Johannesburg-based Motsepe Family Foundation which aims to empower poorer communities in South Africa through health and education. She is very involved with NGOs around health issues, mostly through the Motsepe Family Foundation. Women’s health is still one of her biggest passions. Her commitment to social change was sparked by 20 years of experience as a General Practitioner with a special interest in women’s health.

She is past-President of the Cancer Association of South Africa and serves on the boards of the Synergos Institute, an organisation dedicated to addressing global poverty and social injustice; Endeavor, a global non-profit organisation dedicated to transforming emerging countries by supporting high-impact entrepreneurs and the Women’s Leadership Board (Harvard Kennedy School) that supports research, teaching and training as well as the Women and Public Policy Programme in Gender Equality.

Precious has been appointed ‘Champion for Africa’ by Gift from Africa, a joint initiative of the Global Fund and Friends of the Global Fund that seeks to mobilise private sector support in Africa in the fight against HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria.

Khanyi Dhlomo

In many ways, Dhlomo has been the poster girl for transformation in the media industry. She was at the right place at the right time at various stages of her career, but her rise to prominence has been fuelled by her hard work and big vision.

She grew up in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, and was educated in Pietermaritzburg. Her roots in the province would later see her choose rural women from the area to partner with in her Luminance venture, at the NEF's behest.

A delicate beauty, she won the Thandi Face Cover Girl competition at the age of 16, sparking what would be an enduring love affair with the magazine industry.

She went on to study communications and it was in Johannesburg that she got her big break. Dhlomo was famously South Africa's first black newscaster in 1995, at the tender age of 20. A lowly-paid SABC freelancer and student at the time, she was the right person for the state broadcaster to put in front of the cameras, in part to prove their commitment to the new South Africa in the first year after the country's first democratic elections.

She quickly became a firm favourite in South African households. But the ambitious Dhlomo still dreamed of breaking into the magazine industry and made a huge sacrifice to get there: she abandoned the security of her television job to become an assistant at the beauty and make-up department of True Love. A series of events again saw her luck change soon after. Her boss left, the magazine's publishers looked to reposition the magazine to a younger, blacker audience, and Dhlomo found herself heading up the magazine at the age of 22.

The story is now legendary: she did intensive research into her new target audience and within a year True Love's circulation doubled from 70 000 to 140 000 and the magazine became the most widely read glossy women's magazine in the country. She continued growing the magazine for eight years, finished her degree, won awards for her editor role and later went on to become the face of beauty brand, Lux.

It was in Paris, while visiting the boutique hotels and large department stores that the seeds of her vision for Luminance was first sown, while her love for media nagged at her. Wanting to improve her business know-how she left Paris to do her MBA – in no lesser place than Harvard Business School, in 2007.

Her time at Havard proved to be pivotal. Not only did she meet her second husband, Nigerian management consultant Chinezi Chijioke, but also a key mentor in magazines: Jonathan Newhouse, chairperson of Condé Nast International. Under his tutelage a new vision was born and Dhlomo returned to South Africa's shores after her extended hiatus to start Ndalo Media – a joint venture with Media24. The company publishes two high-end magazines: Destiny Magazine and Destiny Man, as well as lifestyle and social media portal, DestinyConnect.com and South African Airways magazine Sawubona .

Her latest venture with the Luminance store is her first foray into the retail space and involves importing high-end designer items into South Africa, while also producing items under the Ndalo brand and stocking local designer items.

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Congratulations to Professor Azwihangwisi Mavhandu-Mudzusi of the Department of Health Studies, who won the South African Women in Science Awards (WiSA) Distinguished Woman Researcher award in Humanities and Social Sciences last week. Professor Venitha Pillay, Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Management, College of Education, also did Unisa proud as runner up in the same category. Mavhandu-Mudzusi said that she is feeling an overwhelming sense of joy and appreciation when she thinks about where she’s come from. ”The journey was not easy. It was not even part of my dream to be at this level. But I have realised that with passion, commitment, perseverance, humility, empathy and trusting in God, one can reach the highest possible height which cannot even be limited by the sky,” she shared. Pictured: Naledi Pandor (Minister of Science and Technology), Prof. Azwihangwisi Mavhandu-Mudzusi (Unisa, winner of the WiSA Distinguished Woman Researcher award in Humanities and Social Sciences), Prof. Venitha Pillay (Unisa, 2nd runner up), Prof. Saloshna Vandeyar (University of Pretoria, 1st runner up), and Mmamoloko Tryphosa Kubayi (Minister of Energy). For Pillay, the entire event was inspiring. “To see so many women doing such amazing work was wonderful. To know that government supports us is good. I feel energised to persevere and deeply appreciate the recognition of my research,” she said. Hosted by the Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, the WiSA awards honoured emerging scientists, established scientists, and students. The event was held under the theme, Women’s economic empowerment in the changing world of work. The Minister said WiSA has become an important feature of the country’s celebration of Women’s Month. “It builds on the fanfare and the excitement generated by another significant event in the scientific calendar of our country, namely, the National Science Week held in the first week of August. It builds a momentum that grows stronger each year,” said Pandor. The awards were also attended by Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande and Minister of Energy Mmamoloko Kubayi. Dr Nolulamo Gwagwa, currently CEO of Lereko Investments, a black-owned investment company, delivered the keynote address. Gwagwa praised Pandor for making sure the voices of women scientists were heard and their work celebrated. She said the failure to recognise the important contribution that women can make to the economy would be detrimental. She urged the women scientists to continue working hard because they can ‘have it all,’ both professional and personal success. Other winners included Professor Colleen T Downs from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in the Natural (Physical and Life) and Engineering Sciences category and Professor Henriëtta de Kock from the University of Pretoria in the Research and Innovation category.
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