Meet Our eminent women

1 . Josina Machel:
Josina Muthemba Machel was a significant figure in the social and political modern history of Mozambique. Her grandfather was a lay Presbyterian evangelist who preached nationalism and cultural identity against European assimilation. At one time or another, Josina, her father, two of her sisters, and two uncles were all jailed as a result of their participation in clandestine opposition to the Portuguese colonial administration. She became a key figure in the Mozambican struggle for independence, promoted the emancipation of African women, married the man who would become the country's first president, and died at the age of 25 years
5. Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma.
South Africa.
Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma is a South African politician and anti-apartheid activist, currently serving as Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.
7. Namibian-deputy-prime- minister- netumbo -nandi- Ndaitwah
is a Namibian politician who is the Deputy Prime Minister of Namibia since March 2015. She has also been serving as Namibia's Minister of International Relations and Cooperation since December 2012. From March 2010 to December 2012, she was Minister of the Environment and Tourism. Nandi-Ndaitwah is a member of SWAPO, Namibia's ruling party, and a long-time member of the National Assembly of Namibia. In 2017, Nandi-Ndaitwah was elected vice-president of the Swapo Party at the party's 6th Congress. She is the first woman to serve in that position.
11. Joice Runaida Mujuru
(15 April 1955) Zimbabwe
Joice Mujuru is a Zimbabwean revolutionary and politician who Served as Vice-President of Zimbabwe from 2004 to 2014. Previously she had served as a government minister. She also served as Vice-President of ZANU–PF. At independence in 1980, Mujuru became the youngest cabinet minister in the cabinet, taking the portfolio of sports, youth and recreation.
13. Joyce Hilda Banda
(born 12 April 1950)
Joyce Banda politician was the President of Malawi from 7 April 2012 to 31 May 2014. She is the founder and leader of the People’s Party, created in 2011. Banda took office as President following the sudden death of President Bingu wa Mutharika. She was Malawi's fourth president and its first female president. Banda was the second woman to become president on the African continent. Before becoming president, she served as the country's first female vice-president.
2. Albertina Sisulu,
Albertina Sisulu was a South African anti-apartheid activist, and the wife of fellow activist Walter Sisulu (1912–2003). She was affectionately known as Ma Sisulu throughout her lifetime by the South African public.
3.Dr. Sara Ntiro: Uganda.
21 March 1926 – 22 October 2018)
She was a Ugandan educator, activist and academician. She was the first woman university graduate in East and Central Africa from Oxford University with a Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in History in 1954.
4. Winnie Madikizela Mandela.
(1936 – 2018) South Africa.
Winnie Mandela was a south African anti-apartheid activist and politician and the second wife of Nelson Mandela. In South Africa, Winnie Mandela fought tirelessly against the brutal and racist apartheid regime. Winnie was frequently arrested and detained for her activities, but she continued resisting.
6. Assetou Koite (Senegal)-
Former PAWO President
8.Ipinge Unice
Current PAWO President-Namibia.
9. Hon. Cecilia Ogwal
Member Ugandan Parliament. From 1979 until 1980, Ogwal worked at the Uganda Embassy in Kenya, as the Liaison Officer for Returning Ugandan Refugees. From 1980 until 1981, she worked as the Operations Manager at the Uganda Advisory Board of Trade. In 1982, she was one of the founders of Housing Finance Bank, working there until 1984. She served as the Chairperson of Uganda Development Bank, from 1981 until 1986. She became involved in Ugandan politics, serving as the Acting Secretary General of Uganda People's Congress (UPC) from 1985 to 1992. In 1994, she was part of the Constituent Assembly which drafted and promulgated the 1995 Ugandan Constitution. She has remained a high-ranking official in the UPC political party
10. Mrs. Kabayo M . Grace
Uganda,PAWO Secretary General and senior presidential adviser to the Ugandan President H.E Gen.Yoweri Kaguta Museveni
12. Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri
(born 1958) Zimbabwe
Oppah Muchinguri Kashiri is a Zimbabwean politician, who is the current Minister of Defence in the Cabinet of Zimbabwe. She has also served as Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Women's Affairs. She was appointed as the Minister of Environment, Water and Climate again on 30 November 2017. She was later appointed Minister of Defence in September 2018.
14. Dr. Specioza Naigaga Wandira
Kazibwe (born 1 July 1954)
is a Ugandan politician and first female vice president in Africa. She was the sixth vice president of Uganda from 1994 to 2003, making her the first woman in Africa to hold the position of vice-president of a sovereign nation.Dr. Specioza Kazibwe is also a Ugandan surgeon. She is also referred to as "Nnalongo", because of her twindaughters.