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An African City has been described as the continent’s answer to hit US television series Sex and the City.
Businesses which do not allocate time mid-year to reflect and plan are running the risk of not operating at their full potential.
A look at the complexities of exchange controls in Africa and the role they are currently playing in South Africa.
How we made it in Africa talks to Njuhi Chege, founder of RiRi Jewellery.
Nigerian-American journalist and author, Dayo Olopade, talks about the heart of Africa’s commercial activity.
French food giant Danone has bought a 40% stake in East African milk processor Brookside Dairy.
One of the pillars of the projected good economic performance of Africa over the next decades will be its labour force.
Xtra Publishing wants to grow its Nairobi newspaper brand across the continent.
Cameroon’s Arthur Zang is the 26-year-old inventor of the Cardio Pad, believed to be Africa’s first medical tablet.
Young men and women from the countryside do not want to stay and work in the agriculture sector.
African healthcare entrepreneurs can learn a lot from their peers in India.
Standard Bank expects East African oil and gas discoveries to fundamentally transform the region’s economies.
What investors should know about using Africa’s stock markets to tap into its growth story.
Mbwana Alliy identifies the traits and qualities he looks for in an entrepreneur.
Dayo Olopade says some for-profit companies leverage the existence of poverty as a clever marketing tactic.