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The Top 5 Women Entrepreneurs in Africa

ArticleID 200  
Writer Isaac Thuku
Category Personal Article
Women remain competitive in entrepreneurial ventures across the world. Africa is picking up pace and women are taking the wheel and taking on the leading roles. Rich African women have become legends and taking top positions in different industries. The following are the top 5 women entrepreneurs in Africa who have climbed the ladder of success and thanks to their entrepreneurial skills; they are bound to stay at the top.

1. Adenike Ogunlesi

Adenike Ogunlesi
Adenike focused on the clothing industry. Her entrepreneurial venture started as a quest to create what her heart as a mother desired to suit her child’s wardrobe. By simply deciding to create these clothes, she also designed ideal clothing for a target market that was also lacking. The Ruff ‘n’ Tumble line of clothing is her creation. She has grown from selling from the trunk of a car, to a shop, and currently a company.

2. Mosunmola Abudu

Mosunmola Abudu
Abudu did not have a rough beginning as she had worked in several firms. She left these firms and decided to venture into the media industry and establish Ebony Life Television. By concentrating on the concerns and achievements of Africa, she has managed to scoop a position as one of the rich African women.

3. Carmen Tal

Carmen Tal
Carmen ventured into the cosmetics industry and owns a multi-million beauty company, Morrocanoil, though she started off from a single salon. Looking at her company products, she has a line of luxury body care products that have taken the market by storm.

4. Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu
Bethlehem is leaving a footprint in the footwear industry by taking the lead role in producing and distributing footwear. She created the soleRebel brand, which is Africa’s leading footwear company. This Ethiopian lady grew the company and is worth millions of dollars thanks to her hand crafted shoes.

5. Khanyi Dhlomo

Khanyi Dhlomo
Khanyi ventured into the media industry and is the CEO of Ndalo Media. She got started as an entrepreneur after winning as the Thandi Face Cover Girl award. She is also venturing into content writing where she produces issues of the Destiny magazine. To ensure that she gets to everyone, she also invested in an online media section, destinyconnect.com. She is also a director at the Foschini Group Limited.
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