The African women who have excelled in their different disciplines are listed below. They accomplished everything by themselves, which is why we refer to them as "independent females."
In her native South Africa, she is a popular radio and TV host. The north-western South African city of Mahikeng is renowned for its legendary voice and extraordinary oratory skills. She was pushed into the spotlight when she took over as host of LIVE (now Live Amp) on SABC 1. Bonang is also a business entrepreneur.
She has experience in both the media and entertainment worlds. She performed remarkably well in both. She began working as a radio host at the University of Johannesburg. Prior to hosting her own show on the station, she worked as a reporter for University Radio in the beginning. She started hosting Audio Treat on the prominent radio station YFM after receiving her degree.
Toke Makinwa joined Rhythm Fm's The Morning Drive as a co-host in 2010. Unexpectedly, she was given the chance to present The Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, Nigeria's annual beauty pageant (MBGN). On a few other shows, Toke Makinwa served as a co-host. Her brand-new YouTube channel has the name "Toke Moments."
She was crowned Miss Universe in 2019. Additionally, Zozibini graduated from Cape Peninsula University of Technology with a bachelor's degree in public relations and image management. Later in her career, she went on to earn a bachelor's degree in public relations from the same institution.
Mercy is a successful businesswoman. She triumphed in the fourth season in addition to Big Brother Naija.
Jr. Theodore Thulo
Boity Thulo, a South African television celebrity best known by her stage name Boity, is a rapper, actor, businesswoman, and model. Thulo was listed on Forbes Africa's 30 Under 30 list for 2019 thanks to her work in the music and entertainment sector.
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