Angeline Bosha: ‘I’m Zimbabwe’s first female jet fighter pilot’ – BBC Africa



Squadron Leader Angeline Bosha became Zimbabwe’s first female jet fighter pilot in 2018. In a profession that is male-dominated, flight lieutenant Bosha is championing for the cause for female representation in the airforce while encouraging and inspiring younger women to pursue their dreams.

Video by Sally Boyani and Anne Okumu for BBC Africa’s #TheSheWord.

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  • Title: Angeline Bosha: ‘I’m Zimbabwe’s first female jet fighter pilot’ – BBC Africa
  • Author: BBC News Africa
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  • Upload Date: 2020-04-23 12:00:06
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