9 African female pilots dominating the African aviation industry

Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson December 07, 2018

Asnath Mahapa

Influenced to become a pilot when she heard her aunty talk about her neighbour, who was a pilot. Asnath Mahapa became the first black female pilot trainee in South Africa in 2003 and the founder of the African College of Aviation (Pty) Limited that gives special places for young women interested in the Aviation sector. She has also flown for Red Cross and World Food Programmes in Central and West Africa and was appointed as the beneficiary of South African Airways level two cadet pilot training programme.

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