Nyasha Manyika is an SA CPL (ME, IR) holder originally from Zimbabwe, she completed her flight training at Sun Quest Aviation in Johannesburg, South Africa. Nyasha has flown the C172, PA28 and PA34 aircraft. She has been an active member of Women in Aviation International since 2012 and is also part of the Keep Flying Scholarship International Team. Nyasha also served as a volunteer from Southern African Women in Aviation & Aerospace (SAWIA) and has been involved in various aviation awareness campaigns to date.
Khodani Davhana is a private pilot and co-founder of African Leaders in Aviation. Khodani lives by the principle – “leave your sphere of influence better than you found it”. Her Love and passion for aviation and African social development has fueled her to seek ways of contributing in the development of African aviation; especially, positively influencing women in this field. Khodani’s educational background includes a BBA degree; and is currently completing her Commercial Pilot Licence qualification. Her drive and persistence has attributed to her being a recipient of two aviation scholarships. One thing, for sure, Khodani looks forward to is taking on greater heights.