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Nigerian online shopping platform Jumia lists its 10 top selling products for 2013.
“Entrepreneurship is a process,” says Domitila Silayo, second runner up for the 2013 Anzisha Prize.
Fashion designer Lilly Alfonso has gained local and international recognition for her African prints and designs.
Ndumiso Madlala has launched South Africa’s first black-owned and locally brewed beer.
Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country with an estimated 90m people, has thousands of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) but only a few of these businesses are currently accessing the international market.
African companies are creating products specifically for consumers on the continent.
Woolworths may not have succeeded in Nigeria, but many other South African retailers are doing well.
The Deal Drivers Africa report forecasts M&A activity in Africa for next year.
Despite their geographical proximity, the countries of North Africa vary greatly. While some nations are still dealing with the effects of the Arab Spring, it is business as usual in others.
“We have to hold ourselves to global standards. Do not accept false benchmarks.”
“It has been a year that has tested business and the capacity of business to survive at a time like this.”
Coca-Cola recognises the benefit of empowering women in Africa.
How we made it in Africa spends a day with DHL in Kigali, Rwanda.
Ahsan Manji and his team are ambitious, striving to achieve their Big Hairy Audacious Goals.
Cereal maker Weetabix is cashing in on changing breakfast habits.