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Who Should Be On Our 100 Women 2019 List? Vote Now and Let Us Know.

Here's how you can nominate game-changing African women for our 2019 list.

This spring OkayAfrica will launch its third annual "100 Women" list honoring accomplished African women from across the continent and diaspora. For the first time we're opening the nomination process to you, our readers! For 100 Women 2019 we'll be highlighting women who are impacting Youth Culture in unique ways.


OkayAfrica's annual 100 Women list recognizes women in a number of fields, ranging from music to STEM, to activism, beauty, media, politics and more. Our 2018 honorees included a women form various backgrounds like media maven Joy-Ann Reid, Ghanaian tech heavyweight Bozoma St. John, legendary Beninese singer Angélique Kidjo, Malawian poet Upile Chisala, Nigerian beauty guru Jackie Aina, as well as actress Uzo Aduba—just to name a few. You can revisit our full list of 2018 honorees here.

As we begin the selection process for our third edition of the list, we want to include our readers in the process. Which African women making waves in there respective industries would you like to see on the list? We want to hear from you directly so head to our 100 Women nomination form here to let us know which women you think should be on the list. Or fill it out below:

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B3nchMarQ Shares The Music Video For 'New Friend$' Featuring A-Reece

South African hip-hop duo B3nchmarQ's new visuals for the single 'New Friend', featuring A-Reece, are a depiction of the quintessential boys' night out.

South African rap duo B3nchMarQ has officially released their music video for New Friend$ featuring A-Reece. The single comes off their recently released 18-track offering Power Trip Album which dropped in March 2021. The visuals for New Friend$ are a montage of a chilled night out with the entourage and were shot in Pretoria, A-Reece and B3nchMarQ's hometown.

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