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All Hail The Queens!!

Heeeey, What’s up ladies. Women’s History Month has come to an end, but celebrating the remarkable women making strides for gender parity and equal rights on both the local and global stage shouldn’t. Every year during March, we come together to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. Here at FemPower we have done so on behalf of…

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Off To A Great Start… Black and Proud

Heeeey, Guess what is back? (Drumrolls…….) The FemPower Newsletter. As usual, we come bearing amazing reads for you. As you know, every February, we join the United States in celebrating a special holiday. And no,  I’m not talking about Valentine’s Day. I’m referring to the 28 (or 29) days dedicated to honoring Black History Month to show respect and recognition for the hard work…

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Not today, Imposter Syndrome!

What’s up Techie Squad? As we step into the final months of 2020, it’s proven to be a special month and a special time to be a woman in Africa. Lets be honest, women have been winning a lot lately! However, not everyone has been riding on this high wave. There is a lot more untapped potential, uncharted waters and unfulfilled dreams because of the elephant in the…

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If one is determined and committed to excel in ICTs nothing can stop them – Liphoto, Trainer – BasaliTech

Kekeletso Liphoto speaks of her experience of offering training on web development at the BasaliTech Miss.Africa Digital sponsored training. BasaliTech provides affordable opportunities for women and children interested in learning science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), from relevant applications and gadgets to software development, electronics and robotics, through in-person classes, workshops, seminars and community support. Below is the conversation Highlight…

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If we persist to encourage young women and girls in ICT we can benefit from their intellect and contributions -Setsoto, BasaliTech

Miss.Africa Digital Program spoke to Mrs. Setsoto Hlohlomi, Founder and President: BasaliTech, a Lesotho, one of the winners of the 2019 Miss.Africa Digital Seed Fund about their experiences while training women and girls who benefited from the initiative. Here is our conversation. 1. Highlight your general experience with the Miss.Africa Digital Seed Funding I had an amazing experience with the…

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Styling HTML with CSS

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on screen, paper, or in other media. CSS saves a lot of work. It can control the layout of multiple web pages all at once. CSS can be added to HTML elements in 3 ways: Inline – by using the style attribute in HTML elements…

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