How Technology Is Changing The Travel Business In Africa By Dana Sanchez Published: February 12, 2015, 9:52 am Print [embedded content] Travel and tourism are the third most popular topics for mobile apps on smartphones and […]Read More ..
By Alan Kasujja BBC World Service Isaac Oboth is one of Uganda’s young entrepreneurs aiming to create a “new” Africa For the BBC’s A Richer World, Alan Kasujja returns to his native Uganda to meet […]Read More ..
Leading global money transfer company, MoneyGram International, has announced that its agent network in Africa has now reached 25,000 locations, following a strategic expansion initiative across the continent.Nigeria’s Tribune newspaper report on Tuesday said that […]Read More ..
Jeff Vaden, former First Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Texas, is a Partner in Bracewell & Giuliani’s White Collar Defense Practice Group. Prior to joining the firm, he served for more […]Read More ..
NAIROBI— Power outages are a fact of life across much of Africa, with the near-daily blackouts affecting rich and poor countries alike. A small business in Nairobi that began as a party supply outfit has […]Read More ..
Speaking at a high profile panel on energy at the 2015 annual meeting for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Nigerian billionaire and philanthropist Tony Elumelu emphasized the key priority for 2015 for Africa […]Read More ..
Google predicts massive growth in African e-commerce by André-Pierre du Plessis, 2015-02-06 14:59:12.0 GOOGLE South Africa is seeing considerable growth in Africa’s e-commerce space and expects 2015 to be another growth year. Luke Mckend, country […]Read More ..
Exploration stalls in Africa as oil price declines by Paul Burkhardt, 2015-01-23 06:52:59.0 AFRICA’s oil and gas boom is in jeopardy. The dash for resources that saw explorers invest billions of dollars to tap promising […]Read More ..
REUTERS/Christopher HerwiLiberian children hold Chinese flags before the arrival of China’s President Hu Jintao in Monrovia February 1, 2007. Across Africa, radio call-in programmes are buzzing with tales of Africans, usually men, bemoaning the loss […]Read More ..
A vast majority — 85% — of micro through medium size enterprises in emerging markets suffer from a lack of access to to credit, according to the International Finance Corporation and McKinsey. When an African […]Read More ..
Indian beauty firms, specifically human hair sellers, are racking up the big bucks in Africa. Because Indian hair is popular for its strength and texture, it’s highly sought-after commodity in Africa, where it is […]Read More ..
Down a scratchy phone line from Nairobi, 21-year-old Joel Mwale says he has spent the past year seeking funds to take his online educational and mentorship platform to the next level. His frustration cuts through […]Read More ..
Despite the many challenges that the continent faced in 2014; the kidnapping of 276 school girls in Nigeria, Ebola outbreak in the West African epicenters of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone and conflicts in various […]Read More ..
2015 Africa Business And Industry Conferences By D.A. Barber AFKI Original Published: December 31, 2014, 01:57pm Print The year 2015 will be a busy one for African business conferences. We’re highlighting opportunities in sub-Saharan African transportation, […]Read More ..
© AFP/File Jose ColonWould-be immigrants sit on a fence near Beni Enza, in the north African Spanish enclave of Melilla on March 28, 2014 See Also Striking Photo Perfectly Sums Up The Immigration Crisis On […]Read More ..
By Rachel Raczka @rachelraczka Boston.com Staff | 12.24.14 | 3:37 PM Harvard Business School graduate Mira Mehta has been splitting her time 60/40 between Cambridge and Nigeria to get her tomato paste business Tomato Jos […]Read More ..