“When operating in economies like Zambia’s, you have to always keep your mind open to the long term.”
Nigerian tech startup Prepclass was launched just over a year ago and has already created a buzz.
Nigeria’s controversial new MasterCard-branded identity card is a huge coup for the payments company.
How we made it in Africa speaks to Hans van Aardt, founder of software company Microworks.
South African David Green talks about leaving corporate life for the unpredictable world of entrepreneurship.
South African Theresa Cupido talks about women entrepreneurship and growing a business in road marking and civil engineering field.
When Jeffrey Mulaudzi was just 18 he saw an opportunity to provide bicycle tours of Alexandra, one of Johannesburg’s oldest townships.
Twelve finalists have been announced for the 2014 Anzisha Prize. Here is why they deserve to be in the running for the grand prize.
“The main problem I see with young African guys is they want to grow overnight.”
Johan Kilian talks about his decision to become a Pie City franchisee.
Tanzanian solar solutions pioneer Rex Energy is developing inexpensive energy models for rural households.
“You cannot do business in Africa via the internet or emails, one has to physically visit potential customers.”
“In terms of role models, I look up to the hip-hop guys… these people came from nothing and they created empires.”
“African companies have the potential to be global leaders within many industries.”
Business leaders debate the impact that a weakening South African economy has on the rest of the continent.