All across Africa, women are seeking leadership positions in government with positive results because their countries are bringing about change, some more rapidly than others. Femmes Africa Solidarité (as cited in Skaine, 2008, p. 1) states that women also owe a huge debt to the past struggles of their sisters and the continuance of their struggle today. In Africa, the legacy of women leading is strong. Maulana Karenga (2006) stated that the tradition began with women pharaohs in ancient Egypt, such as Hatshepsut, and has continued with ruling queens and queen ...
Women's Leadership in Africa
Women's leadership in Africa