Seanice Kacungira Named Africa’s Most Influential Woman in Business

Former broadcaster Seanice Kacungira has been recognized at Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business, Government and Titans held in Johannesburg, South Africa.


The 37 -year old, well known for her ‘16 hour’ working attitude stood out at the leading African recognition programme, honoring excellence in the private and public sector.


She was awarded in the category of Business and Professional Services.


The programme covers 23 economic sectors and has for the past nineteen years independently recognized those leaders who are at the pinnacle of their industry.



“Nominees usually undergo a rigorous multi-tiered judging process,” said Annelize Wepener, Chief Executive of CEO Global.


“The highest possible standard is maintained throughout the judging. Those individuals who have been recognized as winners in their field can be assured that they have truly excelled.”


The SADC South leg of the recognition programme is the first part of CEO Global’s recognition programme that takes it around the continent to 8 regions. In each of these regions, country and regional winners are identified.


Seanice is recognized across Tanzanian (Clouds and East Africa FM) Kenyan (Capital FM) and Ugandan Media (Sanyu FM, WBS and NTV). Now Seanice Lojede by marriage, has since not just changed her name but career as well and succeeded at it.


That’s not all – alongside being an avid content producer featured on the BBC, passionately creating content to inspire on her YouTube channel ‘Black Working Mother,’ she is also the founder of  another company Millennials set up to aggregate and deliver content across the continent.


Married to Fabian Adeoye Lojede famously known for his role as bola on the hit show Jacob’s Cross, the Mother of two said that being recognized means a lot to her.


“It feels surreal to be recognized, this means so much to me, but at my core I’m really just about the work and pursuing the highest level of excellence for me and those I have the privilege to work with.


The mission of the awards is to identify and recognize Africa’s most influential male and female leaders.


The judging panel comprises of leading figures from the business and public sector that have excelled in their own right and understand the demands made upon contemporary leaders.


On how the selection was done,the Judges looked for candidates who have made an impact on the profitability & sustainability of their organization or that of their employer, played a leading role in the development of their sector, willingly developed those around them and invested of themselves in the well-being of communities.

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