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Fibre-optic internet cables could leap-frog Africa into the future.
TV ads, internet campaigns and social media affect Africans’ purchasing decisions.
Television channel boss would like to see transformation in South Africa’s TV and film industry.
Moonlight Café reaches out to young underground artists and discovers new talent in music and poetry.
The digital era has dramatically changed the way companies and brands engage with their customers and other stakeholders.
“It’s not about the platform but about how you use the platform that matters.”
“Being in a band and chasing the magic fame dragon isn’t all that different to being an entrepreneur.”
Cameroonian Olivier Madiba sees many growth opportunities for Africa’s gaming industry.
Ole! Media Group founder describes the broad reach of mobile marketing campaigns.
Piracy and distribution are issues that are hurting Nigeria’s successful film and music industry.
Investing in and empowering his employees has allowed this entrepreneur to focus on growing his business.
Next year Nigeria is likely to be the largest economy in Africa when it is expected to change the base year for its GDP calculations.
Advertisers have been slow to adapt to mobile technology.
An article in British magazine Tatler describes the lavish lifestyles of wealthy Nigerians living in London.
An avid user of social media, Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame is pushing technological innovations.