In Forbes Africa in May, Christo Wiese talks about the risk that made billions from cheap clothes and cheaper clothes. A fuel shortage in the land of oil has left Nigerians queueing for hours and business has come to a standstill. Haile Gebrselassie, the world’s greatest distance runner, has invested the millions he has made from sport into Ethiopia. Carl Ikeme is honoured to be Nigeria’s first choice goalkeeper a million miles from where he was raised in the cold by Wolves. All this and more in Forbes Africa in May.
In the April/May issue of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, we profile Melinda Gates, the world’s most powerful advocate for women and the increased focus of the planet’s richest foundation in Africa. Then, are women in mining facing a dead end, plus we profile the women ruling the skies, and male-dominated beverage businesses. Also, we look at the new virtual reality technology that will change your world. Why are online threats directed mostly at women? Plus, Africa’s women’s football teams at the Olympics in Rio finally hope for fame and fortune. All this and more insights on this season’s trends, travel and fashion, in the April/May issue of FORBES WOMAN AFRICA, on shelves now!
The second edition of Forbes Life is here with the touching father-and-son story of Africa’s greatest jazz legend Hugh Masakela. We look at how to make it as a beer baron in Africa – from scratch. Blogging in Africa is different to the United States, it can kill you. Also, Gary Player tells us how he rose from humble beginnings to become the Black Knight.