Celebrating African Female Podcasters

Updated: May 16, 2021

Dear Africana Woman,


As I have began to walk the path of podcasting, I have begun to discover some amazing African female led podcasts. We are literally all saying the same thing. It is time that the voice of African women be heard and our stories be told. It is time that we are represented and African girls and women are able to see themselves represented in the media. There are so many African Women that have done and are doing AMAZING things but we don’t hear about them. I love my Black sisters in the USA and UK but it is not enough. There is something about seeing someone like you who walked the streets you walk on and who has excelled in their own unique way. It gives you a hope that you feel is attainable.


So I would love to share some of the podcasts that I have found so far. I am pretty sure there are more out there. Do check them out and let me know what you think.

Ndini with Sandra Chuma

NDINI features the stories of groundbreakers, trailblazers, innovators, achievers and inspiring women of African descent.

It's a podcast to entertain, inform, inspire and empower through showcasing the achievements of African women.

And by sharing these stories, raise the ceiling and widen the scope of what we believe is possible for ourselves.

Sandra has a knack for making her guests say more than the thought they would.

I Have No Idea What I am Doing with Paula Rogo


Are you ready to start your own business?

Every year, women all over Africa are ready to take the leap into entrepreneurship —whether it be full time or as a side-hustle. This show helps those women at the start of their business journey by sharing the mistakes, wisdom and challenges of other women entrepreneurs so they can reach their income and lifestyle goals faster. Hosted by Paula Rogo.

Paula is very inquisitive and she asks all the questions you are thinking of.

African Business Stories with Akaego Okoye


Conversations with female innovators and entrepreneurs building and running businesses in Africa. They share their successes, failures and the highs and lows of their entrepreneurial journey. The hope it that these stories will inspire you to reach for your dreams and leave a legacy for generations to come.

Akaego's research game is unmatched. She