The Women and Leadership Series
Part 1: Is the role of African women changing?
Women in Africa have made big strides in their emancipation and are a force to reckon with in decision-making. Margaret Zondo, a former senior government in Zimbabwe and recently vice-president of the African Canadian Social Forum talks about the changes sweeping across the continent for African woman.
0.00.01 - Introduction
0.00.38 - Margaret Zondo – Interview
0.00.03 - Closing remarks
Music: Prince Nico Mbarga (Sweet Mother)
Production Assistant: Hazel Nhema
Research: Beatrice Fantoni
Advisory Team: Jim Kirkwood & Don Nicol
Producer: Silence Genti
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