Zen Magazine has released its list of top 10 African women of the year for 2013. These women made great impacts in their different sectors. Zen magazine recognizes them in no particular order.
2013 might have been the year of Lupita Nyongo, but it was also the year that saw many other actresses, models, singers, and CEO’s shine bright via their various missions and accomplishments.
Zen Magazine have gone through the year and put together a list of their top 10 African women of the year for 2013.
These are the women who have driven change via their respective fields, the people we have been talking about on social media, and the women who inspire millions worldwide.
Without further ado, here is Zen’s list in no alphabetic order.
10. Coming in at number 10 on our list is a South African woman whose name commands respect across the world. Born on the 25th of June in 1987, Bonang Matheba is a gorgeous radio DJ, TV presenter, reality show host, MC, Brand Ambassador and fashion designer known for her infectious smile, electrifying personality and fabulous sense of style.
Bonang made history last year in June when she became the first African to be the Face of Revlon outside of the United States Of America, joining other starts like Halle Berry, Olivia Wilde and Emma Stone. It was the first time Revlon ever considered an African star as an ambassador and it’s a first of many as Bonang is a woman known for opening doors.
For more contents and the outline, I think it’s best you visit their website at: http://zenmagazineafrica.com/culture/african-women-year-2013/