32nd Voice – Billy Selekane, Tembisa, South Africa

This Episode Features Billy Selekane, Inspirational Speaker, Executive Coach, Author, Producer and Founder and President.

Billy is the Founder and Executive Chairman of Intelligent Edge Consulting, he also leads the Billy Selekane International Group as its Founder and Chief Inspirational Officer. Recently, Billy founded Global Conference TV.

In this episode Billy talks to us about his entrepreneurial spirit, he gives advice on how to fail, fail and fail again until you succeed. We go through a brief history of the South African apartheid regime and talk about the reason he wrote his book and the 6000 books he has read.

Facebook – Billy Selakane
Twitter – @BillySelekane


31st Voice – Feka Parchibell, Bamenda, Cameroon

This Episode features Feka Parchibell, Founder and CEO (Hope for Vulnerables and Orphans), Teacher and Gender Activist.

In 2018, Feka was nominated as one of the Top 100 Most Influential Young Africans for her contribution towards improving the lives of girls in her native Cameroon and Uganda. Her organization, Hope for Vulnerables and Orphans, makes re-usable pads to help girls stay in school. Feka is on a mission to make cheaper options available to students from disadvantaged communities.

Listen to Feka’s story as she talks about the impact of the current war in Cameroon, the solution she offers and her hope for Cameroon and Africa. We also talk about some weird and wonderful greetings she has seen across the continent, her love for cooking and baking and why she chose to go into teaching in the first place.

You can contact Feka through the following Social Medial channels;

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/parchibell-feka-aa669374/


30th Voice – Vinolia Mabele, Sebokeng, South Africa

This Episode features Ms. Vinolia Mabele, Ms United Nation International 2018.

Vinolia is a dynamic entrepreneur, actress, MC, mentor, radio presenter and model. From winning Miss Tinkerbell at the age of 4 to becoming former Miss VUT 1st Princess (Vaal University of Technology) and Miss Teen Gauteng SA 1st Princess, her passion for modelling is undeniable.
She currently hosts ‘The Ultimate Drive Time Experience’ an afternoon show on VUT FM 96.9MHz.
In this episode she talks about what it takes to be an international model, why she needs 2 days to make her favourite meal and explains the meaning of gqom in the hit South African genre Gqom music. We ask her what it feels like to be the reigning Ms United Nation International.

Some of Vinolia’s favorite tracks include:

Naak Musiq ft. Bucie – Ntombi
Dj Maphorisa – i walk
Dj Tira – Pakisha

You can connect with Vinolia through the following Social Media channels
Instagram – @missafrica_v
Twitter – @missafrica_v
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/velaze.mabele

29th Voice – Ukhona Ntsali Mlandu, Goshen Village, Eastern Cape, South Africa

This Episode features Ukhona Ntsali Mlandu, Founder and Ideas Engineer, Makwande Republic.

Her work over the past 16 years has included being the resident curator of the makwande.republic experience and Cornerstone Institute Festival of Learning 2016 She is the concept developer and the curator of a public art live installation #100AfricanReads. Mlandu was conference chair at the inaugural conference hosted by the Centre for African Cities, University of Cape Town on Public Art and the Power of Place. She curated a 40th commemoration of June 16 at the Castle of Goodhope , Cape Town.
She has completed a 3 year fellowship with the Devos Institute of Arts Management formerly at the Kennedy Centre for Performing Arts, currently at the University of Maryland, USA. She was also awarded the International Society for Performing Arts Emerging Leader Fellowship in 2012.

Mlandu has been a speaker, facilitator, panelist and MC for various organisations and events across the world.

You can connect with Ukhona through the following channels

28th Voice – Daniel K. Anguah Jr, Tema, Ghana

This Episode features Daniel K. Anguah Jr, Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum, TEDx Speaker and Curator, Founder of Children Are Reason Enough (C.A.R.E), Co-Founder of Refugee Integration Organization (RIO) and Co-Founder and Volunteer in Chief of the Goldcoast Volunteers.

D.K Anguah Jr, the Afrikan Son, is a multipotentialite, focused on Children’s Rights and Human Rights activism across Ghana with over 5 years of experience. He founded Children Are Reason Enough (C.A.R.E), a child rights protection organisation based on the United Nations Convention on Rights of the Child
As Co-Founder of Refugee Integration Organisation (RIO), an organisation that helps refugees in Africa and South America integrate in the society and economy through English, cultural, transferable skills education, university scholarships and entrepreneurship incubations. He is a Co-founder and volunteer-in-chief of the Goldcoast Volunteers.
DK Anguah Jr has a BSc in Ports and Shipping Administration (Ghana), a bachelor’s degree in law (Ghana) and a post graduate diploma in legal practice from the Eastern Africa Community (EAC).

27th Voice – Professor Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka, Muleba, Tanzania

This episode features Professor Anna Tibaijuka, MP of Muleba South in Tanzania & former Minister of Lands and Housing in the United Republic of Tanzania.

She is also a former under-secretary-general of the United Nations and executive director of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT). She was the second highest ranking African woman in the UN system until her resignation in 2010 to run for political office in Tanzania.

Prof. Tibaijuka obtained her doctoral degree of science in Agricultural Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Science in Uppsala. In 2003, she received her honorary Doctorate degree in Science from the University College London. She is fluent in many languages: French, Swahili, Swedish, Haya, and English

For a tour of the political and geographic landscape of Tanzania, press the play button.

Twitter – @AnnaTibaijuka




26th Voice – Prince Akpah, Accra, Ghana

This Episode features Prince Akpah, Founder & Managing Director, Avance Media and President of Africa Youth Awards.

Prince Akpah is a blogger, volunteer, online publisher, documentary producer and a Social Entrepreneur. As the MD of Avance Media he represents the company’s numerous projects across the continent notably, Ghana Social Media Rankings, Most Influential Young Ghanaian, Most Influential Young South African, Most Influential Young Nigerian, Most Influential Young Kenyan etc.

He is a member of the Accra Hub of Global Shaper Community of the World Economic Forum and was named by the British Council Ghana as an Active Citizen in 2016.
He currently serves as the President of Africa Youth Awards.

You can connect with Prince through the following Socia Media links;

Twitter – @princeakpah
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/akpahprince