Heavyweight Evander Holyfield—the Real Deal—has suffered much in his long career; despite a heart attack and a bitten ear, he fights on.
A knife in the back. It was winter of 1989 and the African Bank was not too far from the bottom of the barrel. Gaby Magomola’s...
Recession—what recession? In Ghana more than $120 million is being poured into a plush hotel in a wild and growing economy.
How do you strike it rich in a country that revolves around education and political connections? Just ask Base Sebonego who has neither.
Small and stable Gabon is steadily building a thriving economy.
Forget Silicon Valley in the States—the rising Tandaa Generation is clicking towards a fortune in Kenya.
Blu Homes makes prefabricated houses that unfold like a box and take just a day to erect on-site.
The need to cut costs and take telecommunications to far flung African communities has seen India drive into this continent’s market.
Schneider National simulates its business problems to save money in a bumpy economy.
Facebook, camera phones and inexpensive facial recognition software have made mass surveillance a near certainty. Huxley would be proud.
Journalists often risk their necks for a pittance. Is this a business to be involved in?
William Kentridge is one of the golden names in art in Africa. What are his works worth?
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Olam CEO Sunny Verghese has used his unusual business outlook and passion for socially responsible operations to make his company a global success.