“It’s so sad and so serious that a common toothpick in my country has to be imported from other countries,” says Winifred Selby.
Informal trade shouldn’t be crushed, but rather formalised using incentives, says Ecobank research head.
Michael Wilkerson is one of the founders of Tugende, a company that offers a lease-to-own model to help Ugandan boda-boda drivers own their own motorcycle.
UAE’s low-cost airline Flydubai is increasing its routes to several destinations in northern and eastern Africa.
A look at MasterCard’s partnership with Steward Bank and EcoCash to assist remittance transfers.
Skywise, South Africa’s newest low-cost airline, has its eyes set on becoming a regional carrier.
Global Bitcoin exchange Igot has been granted access to the mobile money service M-Pesa, currently used by about 17 million Kenyans.
Trevor Wolfe, Springleap’s MD, tells How we made it in Africa about the company’s plans for Africa.
How we made it in Africa talks to KPMG’s Africa head of life sciences about Africa’s healthcare industry challenges.
“The main goals of the fund are to preserve state reserves but also to create additional sources of revenue,” says FSDEA’s chairman.
The mining industry could do a better job at community development in Africa, says Mark Bristow.
“To keep going forward we can’t be held back by this self-bigotry of low expectation.”
Jannie Mouton talks about how he managed to pick himself up after being fired, and start one of South Africa’s most successful companies.
Private equity industry experts discuss what they consider when looking at potential mining deals.
Tony Blair’s five principles that govern mutually-beneficial relationships between African governments and foreign investors.