Women in cabinet from several countries on the African continent, as well as women in business and academia, are expected to attend a conference in Durban on Thursday to discuss what women leaders can do to achieve and support greater gender equality.

They will also look at how women leaders can bring about change in their communities and what lessons women can learn from each other.

The Premier of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), Nomusa Dube-Ncube hosts the International Conference of African Women Leaders.

Some influential political leaders, heads of government and ministers come from countries such as Liberia, Nigeria, Tanzania and the Republic of Cameroon.

Leaders will share strategies for advancing gender equality.

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