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Four of North Africa’s most powerful women pave the way

The Muslim Times

By ANA – Aug 08,2020 – JORDAN TIMES

Egyptian athlete Manal Rostom (ANN photo)

CAPE TOWN — A few months ago, business magazine Forbes Africa released a list of the continent’s most powerful leading women, drawn from business, politics, media, science, sports and public life.

As an ode to the leading women who have broken through the glass ceiling in Africa, paving the way for other aspiring young women, we celebrate the achievements of some of North Africa’s most powerful women and the impact they have made on this beautiful continent.

From the Top 50 list as selected by Forbes Africa, these are the four leading women in North Africa.

Tunisia

Aya Chebbi is an award-winning pan-African feminist. She is the first-ever African Union special envoy on youth and the youngest diplomat at the African Union Commission chairperson’s Cabinet.

She rose to prominence as a voice for democracy and shot…

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