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When a young Ugandan orphan had to cut short her high school education, she swore she would take a stand. And she did.
To gain the most out of undertaking an MBA it is important to create balance between studies, life and work.
This business makes education accessible through online learning systems.
“We choose people who are really passionate about starting software development companies.”
“I think idleness is the largest enemy of youth in Africa.”
In 1978, Mary Okelo founded Makini Schools, one of Kenya’s earliest private education institutions.
“Beyond the direct impact of poor infrastructure, lack of engineering capacity hampers economic growth.”
Dinfin Mulupi talks to Simon Gicharu, founder of Mount Kenya University.
“The middle class is growing and the consumer is gaining more purchasing power,” says Michiel le Roux, investment executive at PSG Africa.
Dinfin Mulupi caught up with Text Book Centre director Sarit Shah, to find out how e-books pose a threat to its business.
“There is a real misconception on how unsafe certain locations are within Africa.”
If Africa is to capitalise on its potential, it will require managers who possess the personal drive and skills necessary to develop successful and healthy institutions.
Shannon May, a co-founder of Bridge International Academics, tells Kate Douglas about how her company is educating Africa’s children, while building a profitable business.
“I think language skills are especially important for children of the African diaspora as language allows them to access their culture and history in a deeper, more meaningful way,” says Abake Adenle.
An instinct is an inborn pattern of behaviour that occurs in response to specific stimuli.