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It’s no surprise that Sylvia Bwalya Mutale-Mwansa’s nickname is Sunshine. The 55-year-old founder and CEO of SBM, a long-running Zambia business group practically glows with good spirit and positive energy. Clearly her business smarts, strong negotiating skills, and supportive family have had the greatest role in the success of SBM Investments, but her ability to connect with others and good humour have played an equally important part. “I love to network and create linkages but right after that comes football,” she says with a wink. “I support the Chipolopolo boys. My second choice is Manchester United and, to please the hubby, I also support Liverpool but only when they’re not playing Man U. After football, I love travelling, and have been to at least 45 countries – Zambia being by far my favourite destination. And dancing, I love dancing.” Read the startup story of Sylvia Bwalya Mutale Mwansa, Zambia's spirited but tough negotiator (link in bio). @sunshine_sylvia1 @amazing_zambians_worldwide @zambiapride @zambiasfinest @awesomezambians @mafashio_zambia @bongohive @monicamusonda

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She may have the makings of a highly successful entrepreneur, but Jennifer Shigoli is the first to admit, once a girl guide, always a girl guide! Like all guides who take “The Promise”, the 29-year-old Tanzanian is an active citizen of her community and committed to helping others. She also just so happens to be the youthful force behind a growing consumer products company that has enabled her to take The Promise to the next level, having a far-reaching impact on women and girls while making a profit for herself. “I have always wanted to be part of the solution by creating jobs and solving social problems. Starting my business, which does both, enables me to have a direct impact on people’s lives, especially as it relates to sanitation and hygiene, which is a big challenge for Africa. From an early age, I was told everything is possible: ‘what you think about, you bring about’. This has stuck with me and is the basis for my positive mindset because I know if I think I can, then I will!” Read the full story on She Inspires Her (link in bio) pad @jenmalkia @tanzaniadevelopmenttrust @womenfund_tz

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Meet Sheray Goliath owner and creative designer at Wag Fashion in Cape Town (on the right in the first photo). Sheray is from a long line of seamstresses and has been running Wag Fashion for 15 years. She and her team produce gorgeous designs from traditional fabrics with contemporary and retro (think Audrey Hepburn) styles. Check out @wag.fashion at 62 Long Street in Cape Town. ❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽

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In South Africa, it is common to find that the wife is responsible for making sure that there a tantalizing, warm meal prepared for her husband and in-laws on special occasions. The Makoti, which means daughter-in-law or bride in isiZulu, spends hours preparing the pap, marinating the meat, and taste-testing the tripe, all served with a hefty serving of spicy chakalaka and baked beans. As part of the marriage tradition, the bride is expected to spend time with the groom’s family, learning their customs and, most importantly, cooking. It is an honour with great responsibility to be a Makoti, but this can be tremendously stressful if you are not a good cook. So when Mogau Seshoene’s friend was marrying into a very traditional Zulu family, she desperately needed lessons on how to cook the customary dishes. To assist, Mogau tirelessly spent two weeks passing on her knowledge of cooking to her friend so she would not be branded a “Lazy Makoti”. . “That is actually where the name comes from, a witty take on the expectations that still exist for us African girls to merge the western ideals (education, wealth, beauty standards) and the African values that many times involve being custodians of our unique cultures particularly the heritage that is our cuisine. It’s incredibly sad to note but in South Africa, it’s easier to find an Italian or Indian eatery than it is to find a Zulu or Xhosa one,” Mogau explains. . Mogau Seshoene: Building a Food Empire with Authentic South African Flair You can read her story on She Inspires Her (link in bio). Thanks to @eliza_makumbi for the story! @thelazymakoti @katlehot

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A less-kind observer might label Latifat Balogun overbearing. She calls herself tenacious. You have to be if you’re going to open Abuja’s first gelateria producing and selling its own flavours that was so successful it needed to expand not once but three times in its first year of operation. Sweet success like this doesn’t come without a lot of discipline and a willingness to invest in yourself. Latifat wants women especially to understand this. . . “Women face a lot of barriers to owning a business in Nigeria, factors like lack of capacity, skills, and structure that affect how we raise capital and compete favorably. But why should anyone be willing to invest in your business when you are not willing to do so yourself? When you’re looking for finance, you must be able to demonstrate the need to use your own funds before asking for help. I’ve resorted to selling my jewelry to meet down payments. What is the economic value of anything if you cannot put it to use when needed? We are what we make of our dreams. Nothing is impossible if only we can try and are willing to make sacrifices to get there.” Read Latifat's startup story on She Inspires Her (link in bio) @hatlabpremiumgelato @carpigianialumni @naijastartups @naijamademe @grofingroup

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@penduka_namibia what a place! Learning how to make glass beads with Kudjo Owusu whose family have been doing it for centuries! With glass beads everything is about recycling. Termite clay-based oven using old car parts can last up to 8 years. Recycled bottles and all types of glass to make beautiful jewelry. Check it out

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Katia's Creations handbags and accessories made in Namibia. Lovely crotcheted ottomans as well as bags made from recycled billboard. Very innovative 👍🏻Katia was seen at here with Monica Lopes another Windhoek female founder. ❤️❤️❤️ . .

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Meet Lindsay Saunders owner and founder of Vagary. She was a vendor at in . We just loved her potted succulents. Great prices and beautifully presented... purchased about 8!! Email her at vagarycreations@gmail.com for information ❤️❤️❤️❤️🌵🇳🇦🇳🇦🇳🇦. .

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If you ask her what she is most proud of, Nadege Katumba, the founder of a Congolese hair and skincare line answers simply: “Just having gotten started.” For someone who was at such a low point in her life that death even seemed like a good option, it’s not surprising to hear her say this. She has a lot to be proud of – two handsome sons, a growing business despite the economic difficulties of operating in the DRC, and the jobs she’s creating for other women – but her perseverance and faith in herself rightly top the list. . . “I really like this quote by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: ‘If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough. The size of your dreams must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them.’ Those words have always spoken to me. I believed so strongly in my dream that I worked hard to live it. The beginning is always the most difficult, but if you trust in God and yourself, you’ll succeed.” .... globalgoals @befrolicious @voiceofcongo

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Recently returned to Namibia from Botswana, South African designer Sweetness Ndwandwa-Mubita was displaying her gorgeous fashion and accessories at . We chatted for a bit while I admired her beautifully made jackets for men and women. She also has a line of funeral wear (pretty innovative) that she launched after designing a piece for Madiba's funeral. You can reach her on 081 6434912. . globalgoals

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So happy to finally meet this fabulous lady! Monica Lopes founder and creative designer at Soakkuddly. The colors in her work studio were so gorgeous and vibrant. Stay tuned as she is developing a website and has big plans for growth. Nothing but lack of time can hold this lady back. The sky's the limit @monica_soakuddly ❤️👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽💋💋💋