Graça Machel, widow of South Africa’s ex-President Nelson Mandela, is on the cover of this month’s Forbes Africa as the magazine prepares to announce its list of the continent’s 50 most powerful women.
“People say I am powerful but I care more about being impactful,” she says on a quote on the cover.
The magazine’s editor also tweeted the cover of Forbes Africa Woman, which it says features those on the list, described as “Africa’s most influential and impactful ceiling-crashers, movers and shakers”.
Ugandan Winnie Byanyima, who is head of UNAids, South African television presenter Bonang Matheba, Cameroonian entrepreneur Rebecca Enonchong and South African businesswoman Irene Charnley – are all photographed, dressed in red:
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