High-flying dreams for African women

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Captain Kgomotso Phatsima from Botswana describes the aviation industry as “white and male”.

To combat this, she founded Dare to Dream, an organisation whose aim is to get more women into all aspects of the industry.

In this BBC Africa One Minute Story, she explains how she inspires young African women to reach for the sky.

This video has been optimised for mobile viewing on the BBC News app. The BBC News app is available from the Apple App Store for iPhone and Google Play Store for Android.

First published: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-africa-50787822/high-flying-dreams-for-african-women

 

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