Quotes by African authors
When I got to be a CEO, I said: 'Right. I'm now going to tackle gender inequality head-on. I'm going to make a difference and lead by example and actively put in place policies and practices to support women.'
We're all shareholders. These guys below me, they see the CEO taking it easy, it's their money.
I always enjoy ballet when you can read the situation very precisely, when I could tell you exactly which sentence that person is saying to that person even when they're not speaking and just moving their hand.
Let no one think that flexibility and a predisposition to compromise is a sign of weakness or a sell-out.
I think my track record speaks for myself... I have been endorsed by the African Union, but I am a prosecutor for 121 states parties and this is what I intend to be until the end of my mandate.
There is only so much abuse a man can take until he reaches breaking point.
I plan with the BBC African Player of the Year award to become an agent of hope and positive change in the lives of the millions of African youths who have lost hope and are deprived.
We're talking to every third-party supplier every day of the week, and our traders are talking to them and buying products from them. When we're doing that, we see opportunities which no one else sees.
I have a motherly instinct and I'm always trying to give therapy.
I had a couple of agents, but then I went on my own. I thought I could negotiate my own deals and it was probably my biggest mistake.
I was 21 when my dad passed away and I always think about it, as the time together we had was quality not quantity.
You kept quiet... When these victims wanted your help to survive, you kept quiet.
For if the honour paid to Him is shared by others, He altogether ceases to be worshipped, since His religion requires us to believe that He is the one and only God.
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