The exercise of political power and the management of a nation's affairs are still largely the prerogative of men on the African continent. Nevertheless, some significant progress has been made in recent years with the accession of women to the highest level of a nation, a government or a municipality.
Today, Africa has two women presidents of the Republic, 5 women vice-presidents, 4 women prime ministers as well as several women mayors of different capitals of African countries. Overview and portraits of 30 women who lead countries and cities in Africa.
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