For millions of unemployed yet tech-savvy youth across Africa, increased connectivity is bringing tremendous opportunities.
It’s raining in the Silicon Savannah, and unlike Nairobi’s unbearable traffic problem, no app has emerged promising to stop it.
Two new innovation hubs are challenging the notion that tech just won’t take off in Tanzania.
Rwanda has transformed from an average C-grade market coffee producing country into one gaining significant traction in the global market for specialty coffee.
kLab aims to become a central beacon for Rwanda’s ICT hopes and dreams, a melting pot where creative young talent can nurture innovation and find opportunity.
A little white flower is bringing bright prospects for Rwanda’s economy, and the lives of thousands of small farmers in the process.
With the Democratic Republic of Congo’s elections scheduled for today, a massive volcanic eruption in the eastern part of the country continues to attract foreign tourists.
“I’m not ashamed to make profits, I want to make profits. But I want to come up with a way that’s a win-win for everybody.”
Young Africans can no longer afford to see farming as a last-ditch effort when all other opportunities fall through.
According to legend in Rwanda, the Batwa people were born to dance.
Rwanda Ventures is attempting to reshape the country’s entire dairy industry, while paying farmers a premium for quality milk.