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Selling pizza in a country where traditional foods are very popular is no easy task.
The massive drop in petroleum prices may be a blessing in disguise for many African countries.
“When I am out of the office I forget about stuff. I have another life.”
Ethiopia’s leather industry is increasingly attracting investment.
Yogurt-Inn is the first frozen yogurt store in Ethiopia.
While Africa is home to 12% of the world’s population, it still accounts for less than 1% of the global air service market.
Joseph Rohm, portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management, shares his thoughts on the recent Nigerian elections.
“Success does not make you Superman. Failure does not make you a loser.”
Many start-ups do not survive due to the business owner making mistakes during the first few fragile years of operation.
“One advantage I have now is being three years ahead of everyone else.”
How we made it in Africa‘s Kate Douglas talks about her first impression of Douala. And how wrong it was.
We think a Buhari win implies reformist policies, including austere fiscal policy and a clampdown on graft.
The humble chicken is at the heart of a critical trade deal between South Africa and its major trading partner, the United States.
“It’s better to be the boss of your village than an anonymous guy in a city.”
Kenefas Energy Solution seeks to design and manufacture micro wind turbines that generate up to 1KW for use in rural areas.