Archive for the ‘Botswana’ category
Most Africans access the internet via their phones, affecting how Google develops new services.
Listing and legal fees, and little chance to earn significant capital deter multinationals from listing on local stock exchanges.
Professor Lemma Senbet urges African economies not to base growth only on natural resources.
Visitors to Africa are increasingly looking for family-orientated safari options.
The gravity of the diamond world is shifting towards Botswana due to a new development in which mining company De Beers is moving its sales activities to the Southern African country.
The SADC recognises the importance of public-private partnerships in funding development projects.
Diamonds continue to be an important resource and source of wealth in many African countries.
Despite growth across the continent, the majority of Africans still live below the bread line.
How we made it in Africa talks to Kenyan entrepreneur about tourism in the country.
Africa’s economic power is growing, and trade can significantly aid sustainable development.
“Approach anything and everything with an attitude of energy and enthusiasm.”
Starting a business takes detailed thought and hard work, and “sometimes you just have to walk away from ideas”, says construction entrepreneur Jonathan Pepler.
Many of us are conditioned to believe that the collective wisdom of the masses is superior to our own individual ideas.
City Lodge Hotels Limited, has decided to venture out of South Africa for the first time with its entry into Botswana and Kenya.
How we made it in Africa asks Jan Claassen, the group managing director at Letshego Holdings, about the role of micro-lending in Africa today.