Just as it is with most other human undertakings, for entrepreneurship, it often comes down to who’s holding the reins.
Some three years ago, five young, promising African entrepreneurs were invited to speak at the sixth instalment of the annual
There is hardly any doubt that the African tech scene is going through what could be described as a renaissance.
Egypt’s unemployment rate has dropped to pre-revolution levels in the wake of the North African country’s economic rejuvenation alongside an
There’s a certain allure that accompanies being one of the best graduating students in any educational institution for that matter,
“Bold,” “bullish,” “bubbly,” “boisterous” – no, those are neither words from some class in basic phonetics, nor are they from
Typically clad in simple jeans and T-shirt – which actually constitutes something of a signature look – there’s some sort
“Paper Bag King,” “Paper Bag Emperor” – those aren’t lines from some contemporary hip-hop track by some wannabe rap star.
It was a warm afternoon in Dar es Salaam, the Tanzanian capital, and even though it was yet early days
When Lebo Gunguluza arrived Durban in 1990, he had no more than R 60.00 and perhaps a boatload of courage
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