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Rwandan Henri Nyakarundi answers How we made it in Africa’s questions and shares his vision for ARED.
Dan Eberhart, who made his money in the US oilfield services industry, is now looking for opportunities in Africa.
“Like many growth stage start-ups, our major challenges are capacity constraints, both technological and in human resources.”
In Africa, seed production has long been dominated by big government monopolies. But a new initiative hopes to change that.
The use of so-called TV white space technology is on the increase across Africa.
EnVent is an Ethiopian for-profit business that provides affordable solar energy products and phone charging solutions to the rural market.
Addis Alemayehou answers our questions.
Michael Wilkerson is one of the founders of Tugende, a company that offers a lease-to-own model to help Ugandan boda-boda drivers own their own motorcycle.
Although there has been a surge of mobile money use in sub-Saharan Africa, mobile money services are really just getting started.
“Entrepreneurial principles are universal, but they need to be utilised in context,” said Gamsole’s founder.
UAE’s low-cost airline Flydubai is increasing its routes to several destinations in northern and eastern Africa.
Customers are generally influenced by a series of issues when making purchasing decisions.
Kenya has emerged third among the top 20 fastest-growing economies in the world, according to a 2015 survey by Bloomberg.
A look at MasterCard’s partnership with Steward Bank and EcoCash to assist remittance transfers.
Pension funds in Africa should direct more money towards financing private equity firms that fund local enterprises.