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About One of Africa’s Female Neurosurgeons, Dr Coceka Mfundisi

South African born specialist neurosurgeon, Dr Coceka Mfundisi, is the fifth black woman in South Africa to qualify as a Neurosurgeon. She practices at the Busamed Modderfontein Hospital in Johannesburg. Dr Mfundisi holds a Master of Medicine in Neurosurgery from the University of Pretoria and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the […]

Nigerian Medical School Graduate Sets Record, Bags 11 Awards

A Nigerian medical school graduate, Ms Winnifred Hyacinth Ugochinere, has shown off her academic prowess by sweeping eleven awards at her just ended graduation at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University. Ms Ugochinere announced her celebration on Twitter alongside some pictures saying, ”Made my Mama so proud she cried! Mission accomplished. She said that her mother was […]

Meet the Youngest PhD Holder and Senior Lecturer in Africa at 26

Dr Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe is a 26-year-old inspirational trailblazing Zimbabwean and an award winning Academic, Psychologist, Researcher and Keynote Speaker. In 2017, at age 23, she became the youngest female PhD Graduate in Africa after graduating with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Industrial Psychology, from the North-West University – Mafikeng, in South Africa. She […]

How Markets Are Responding to Covid-19

Ghana appears to be living on a health time-bomb with seeming disregard for COVID-19 protocols despite increase in the country’s active cases and reports of new strain of the virus in neighbouring Nigeria. Markets, malls and shops are chockfull with selling and buying done everywhere, street corners and road shoulders inclusive, with neglect to the […]

Meet 27 Year Old Dr Thandeka Ngcobo and Board Member of GYEF

Dr Thandeka Ngcobo is a 27-year-old South African born inspirational and trailblazing Medical Doctor on the frontline against Covid-19, an Executive Board Member at the Godisanang Youth Empowering Foundation, Corporate Affairs Officer at Ngcobo Empire and Public Speaker. She hails from a small village called Hluthankungu in Ixopo, KwaZulu-Natal. She was raised by a single […]

Top 10 Powerful Women in the World

In announcing the top 100 most powerful women in the world, Forbes have named these power women as the top ten on the list adding that, “Democratic countries where human rights are respected and where women are able to reach top positions in society are also countries that are the best-equipped to handle crises by […]

7 Things to Do When You Visit Ghana

Situated in the heart of West Africa, Ghana is a country that has seen a steady reinvention of itself, which led it to become one of the blossoming economies on the continent. When it comes to tourism, the West African nation draws in over a million tourists every year. Ghana’s marvelous natural beauty, rich wildlife, […]

Signs He’s Taking the Relationship Serious

Relationship expert and pastor at Time of Celebration Ministries Church, Jerry Flowers Jnr, has revealed some secrets about dating a man who is serious about you and they are so indepth. As a successful Youtuber and a married man of over five years, the counsellor shared on these relationship tips with single women. Keep reading […]

The Deputy Speakers of Ghana’s 8th Parliament, Get To Know Them

The Eighth Parliament of the Fourth Republic was officially ushered in with the inauguration of 275 Members of Parliament (MPs). It also came with the election of a Speaker and two Deputy Speakers. In the absence of the Speaker, either of the Deputy Speakers may take the chair when requested to do so by the […]

A Time To Act: Stop Blaming Leaders And Get To Work

In a world where systems may not be in the favor of the majority, the youth tend to find a way to play the blame game. Leaders, taxes, systems, bills and laws, and so on. These are the things we tend to waste our anger on when we can not to find our feet in […]

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