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Andy Cohen
A mom can't always act like a grown up. Here’s why.
Bronwyn Kilroe
Laughter is serious business - no jokes!
Cynthia Chigwenya
Post Conflict Identity
Josina Machel
Mens Violence against Women: The next Frontier of Human Development
Juwayria Asvat
Is school destroying children?
Lebohang Pheko
Feminist Economics
Lizelle Coombs
The day I traded in my heels for boots
Megan Nethercote
The more data we create in this world, the more storytellers we need to help unpack what it all means.
Murunwa Mutele
Afro-feminism : A way to liberate African politics
Nocebo Bucibo
A revolutionary 3D Photographic lens of the world.
Nozipho Mbanjwa
It's time we have conversations that move the world.
Ntombi Mhangwani
MY London, MY Soweto, MY Fourth Industrial Revolution
Phokwane Moloele
Demystifying engaging funders : Entrepreneurs journey to honest conversation with capital
Queen Rametsehoa
Leadership as collaboration between the leader and the led
Rosie Motene
Reclaiming my African identity
Rumbidzai Vambe
Redefining change - turning progress into power
Sister Jenny
Never give up! Live your dreams no matter what?
Stacey Fru
Living your dream
Thato Belang
Authentic females lead
Vumile Msweli
Help! I hate my job!
Zakkiya Ismail
Education is a practice of freedom
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Rumbidzai Vambe

Redefining change - turning progress into power