Meet Africa’s biggest female bosses leading male-dominated industries

Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson October 17, 2018

Meet Africa's biggest female bosses leading male-dominated industries

Divine Ndhlukula – Zimbabwe

In a male-dominated industry, Zimbabwe’s Divine Ndhlukula has not only shown that a woman can do it better, but she has also demonstrated so by employing more than 3,500 workers under her security company, SECURICO. SECURICO was founded in 1998 by Divine after working 16 long years as a Marketing Executive for Intermarket Life Assurance. In several Interviews, Divine explains that she set up the company to have a more fulfilling life and close the wide gap between men and women in the security sector. SECURICO is now one of Zimbabwe’s and South Africa biggest security companies. Over the years, the company has been internationally recognised. Her company became Zimbabwe’s first security company to be internationally certified and Divine has featured on the Forbes list several times as one of the most successful women in Africa. In August 2018, she was named as one of the top ten CEOs in Africa. Divine Ndhlukula ‘s over 1 million dollar company gives priority to employing women and empowering them to do more with their lives. Divine is also the CEO of  Zvikomborero Farms. The highly successful woman has an MBA from Midlands State University and an Honorary MBA from Zimbabwe’s Women’s University in Africa. From very humble beginnings in a rural community in southern Zimbabwe, Divine Ndhlukula is the definition of Boss woman.

Last Edited by:Ismail Akwei Updated: October 18, 2018


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