Namibian Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila will lead off the first pan-African virtual training program for women early in their government careers today. The training session is free to any woman in the first five years of her government career in any of the fifty-four countries in Africa, and is convened by Africa.com and Coca-Cola Africa as part of their Women Heads of State Initiative. According to the Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s Report on Public Service in Africa, the average age of a public servant is around 41 years of age, with about 15 years of service in the same agency. We contacted the Prime Minister for her comment.