The 8th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA™) Southern Africa judging panel met with partners, sponsors and media ahead of the 2018 AABLA™ season at a stylish dinner in Johannesburg.
Africa’s industrialisation is top of the agenda at the 8th AUR Conference, watch it on CNBC Africa...
Content supplied by Chivas A self-confessed abstract thinker Nigerian entrepreneur, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, established Flutterwave, and became a provider of technology and infrastructure solutions for digital...
After 15 years of working as an Investment Banker, Aphing-Kouassi created her internationally acclaimed business,
The Next Einstein Forum to be held in Kigali, Rwanda on 26-28 March 2018, wants to spark new ideas.
Gauteng Finance MEC Barbara Creecy on Tuesday revealed how Africa's wealthiest province will fund the vision Premier David Makhura outlined for Gauteng a week ago.
Sustainable and social-good production
Water is the single greatest power to drive industrialisation, health and education across the continent.
Impact over income is soon to be the social entrepreneur mantra!
Ghanaian company, Metro Institute of Innovation and Technology (MIT), offers school children training in robotics and mobile app developmen
Agriculture will feed Africa's economic transformation.
Regulatory and political uncertainty affects mining investment in South Africa mining industry but this may be changing.
Absa Corporate and Investment Banking optimistically cautious about confidence in the mining sector.
Dr Ola Orekunrin, Founder of Flying Doctors Nigeria Air Ambulance, formed the regional air ambulance service after tragedy struck, she wanted to make sure that no one dies because they are at the wrong place at the wrong time
Mbugua, an ambitious 27-year old Kenyan entrepreneur, followed his instincts and created Young Rich Television Limited which produces cutting edge TV shows for Kenya and other African regions
With the right education and development of skills African youth can be the pioneers of the digital revolution.
The Nigerian government has realised that it needs to make the country as attractive and lucrative as possible for offshore investors to bring their capital, skills and business trade into the country.
Gautam Duggal, Standard Chartered Bank’s Regional Head of Wealth Management for Africa, the Middle East and Europe, speaks to Forbes Africa on his experience advising people how to invest their money and why Africa is a good bet for returns.
With cassava being the second-most consumed source of carbohydrates after maize in sub-Saharan Africa, it was time the crop was commercialised.
Jørn Lyseggen’s international book tour titled: Outside Insight will start in Johannesburg on November 20th, followed by the Cape Town event on November 22nd.