According to an American author, Harriet Beecher Stowe, a woman’s health is her capital.
Adidas Reveals Official Football for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Adidas has unveiled the official match ball for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, the OCEAUNZ. This game is designed to cope with the demands and speed of the modern game; the official match ball features the same Connected Ball Technology we saw in the 2022 World Cup Al Rihla match ball.
Child Marriage Survivor Payzee Mahmod, Bags UK Global Citizen Award
A survivor of child marriage and a victim of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), Kurdish activist Payzee Mahmod has been awarded recently by Global Citizen Prize in the UK for her campaign aiming to end child marriage, female genital mutilation (FGM), virginity testing, and hymenoplasty in the United Kingdom.
Nigeria: Amusan, Brume, Others Set to Compete for World Athletic Championship
The top five female athletes in Nigeria have qualified to compete at the 19th edition of the World Athletics Championships next year in August in Budapest, Hungary.
Lydia Ko Wins Big at CME Group Tour Championship
The New Zealand professional golfer Lydia Ko has claimed the richest prize in women’s golf at $2 million with a victory that allowed her to win LPGA player of the year in the CME Group Tour Championship.
Anya Schnoor Becomes Chairperson of Scotia Group
Anya Schnoor has bagged the position of chairperson in the Board of Scotia Group Jamaica Limited (SGJL). Schnoor is currently the Executive Vice President for the Caribbean, Central America, and Uruguay region at Scotiabank. Prominent businessman Jeffrey Hall is to retire as Chairman of the Board of Scotia Group Jamaica Limited (SGJL), effective December 9.
Meganne Christian Becomes Australian First Astronaut
University of New South Wales alumna, Dr Meganne Christian has become Australia’s first female astronaut, selected as part of the European Space Agency’s 2022 astronaut class.