‘Africa must still be viewed as a long-term prospect and companies who enter its markets, need the stamina to weather both good and bad market conditions.’
Amaka Nwaokolo believes she has the solution to Nigeria’s housing deficit of 17 million.
In its latest report, Maritz Africa Intelligence, takes a closer look at Jumia’s numbers and examines the size of the continent’s e-commerce market.
Eastern Africa has the potential to compete with clothing manufacturing giants like China and Bangladesh.
There is a growing trend of local entrepreneurs, especially women, entering the industry.
The vision of a dam that would light up half of Africa has been shimmering on the horizon for decades.
Universal Basic Income proposes whether you’re rich or poor, working or jobless, every citizen is paid a fixed amount each month – enough to take care of basic needs.
The founder of Agricon Pelleting recently won South Africa’s Entrepreneur of the Year award. Here is why.
In most cases, it’s a question of timing.
With more than 20 years’ experience in facilities, asset and property management, Richard Flame has been appointed as a Director heading the Facilities Management within the Broll Property Group.
Kasope Ladipo-Ajai managed to get a food-flavourant company up-and-running with no industry experience and only her savings.
Though cash remains king in many parts of Africa, rapid change is expected over the next few years.
Even though Africa is home to 15% of the world’s population, it only accounts for less than 3% of its total air traffic.
Declining solar costs and ubiquity of mobile technology offer a unique opportunity to provide universal energy access.
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