Current market conditions are putting mining companies in a quandary, says Lee Downham, EY Global Mining & Metals Transactions leader.
New AVCA report reveals thriving deal and fundraising environment in Africa.
Brands need to adapt their business models and strategies in order to remain relevant.
The Anzisha Prize is expanding to provide increased support to entrepreneurial youth and partner organisations to drive pan-African economic growth to 2020.
African businesses face a vast array of risks and the correct risk management policies need to be identified and in place.
Hard retail data, consumer needs and behaviour, combined with macro-economic datasets, are better indicators of opportunity in African markets.
It has been less than a week since applications for the 2015 Anzisha Prize opened, and there are already around 30 applicants. Here is a taste of some of them.
A solution to solving the infrastructure deficit? A close cooperation between businesses and the government.
The Anzisha Prize is now accepting applications for 2015 with launch events across the African continent.
Effective employee engagement policies and management can drive innovation.
Nigerian banking continues to face significant headwinds – in relation to both revenue and costs.
The DHL Africa as One team, who departed from Cape Town in October 2014 in three Land Rover Discoveries, have completed almost a third of their journey, covering 15 countries in 102 days.
“While many people have made various resolutions for 2015, yours, as an entrepreneur, may be a little different to others.”
From an East Africa based client’s weekly request for the delivery of a curry from his favorite local restaurant in Europe to a delivery that enabled a gold medal for a South African athlete.
Many business owners repeat simple mistakes that could have been avoided.