Soccer-loving young girls in northern Kenya may never have heard of Elham Sayed Javad, but they have a lot to thank her for. If it was...
As a precocious trainee, Mitchell Elegbe identified the opportunity to transform electronic payment processing in Nigeria’s financial sector.
Kenya’s tourism industry, the country’s second-biggest foreign currency earner, will suffer after the deadly attack by Islamist militant group, Al-Shabaab, at Westgate mall in Nairobi.
Nasar Rashid saw poverty in Nigeria and felt he wanted to do something about it. His idea was to export fish heads from Scotland to Lagos.
University professor Marcus Byrne has put South Africa on the zoological map by dressing up dung beetles in caps and boots.
The solar industry is dawning across Africa. Entrepreneurs can reap rewards if they fly a plane and fight off hungry animals.
South Africa has come a long way since its first democratic elections in 1994, but its progress is likely to slow down.
South Africa’s restrictions on capital movements created problems for the entrepreneur’s international operations but things got really expensive when he tried to move his capital out...
Marlon Parker started a small volunteer project in 2008. Five years later, the social enterprise has a $1 million turnover, has helped develop 22 businesses and...
Grant Rushmere and Richard Bowsher dreamed of building a global Rooibos-based ice tea brand. Investments from Sir Alex Ferguson and Johann Rupert sealed the deal.