“If you want a pan-African mass medium, the only thing that is going to work is mobile.”
Everything business people and investors would like to know about Africa’s media sector.
“We don’t want to win Oscars. Believe me; we are not interested in that stuff. We want an effective product that will make money.”
“A friend of mine described Nollywood as someone performing heart surgery using forks and knives. But the genius of it is that the patient survives.”
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South African Jolandie Rust shares some of her insight into, and experiences of, travelling in Africa.
Alpesh Patel, founder of Africa’s Mi-Fone, shares some of the strategies the brand has employed to place it in the game.
For kids learning the martial arts, becoming a famous action star has become the ultimate goal.
The International Olympic Committee says it would welcome any credible bid from an African city.
Four key considerations to successfully drive consumer engagement in Africa.
How we made it in Africa’s‘s Kate Douglas reflects on some of the business and social characteristics of Lusaka.
“Brand is the business of business,” says Kenya’s Eva Muraya.
How we made it in Africa talks to award-winning entrepreneur Eva Muraya.
How we made it in Africa speaks to Kevin Mulei, founder of Kenya’s first gospel music awards show.
“African companies have the potential to be global leaders within many industries.”
While there is clearly no shortage of talent in the continent, Africa has been relatively poor in profiting from it.