Africa is not only blessed with warm weather, a variety of wildlife and great people and food, but also with great historical sites that tell the diverse and rich history of the continent. Below are [...]
Carnegie Mellon University joins Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program to Build Future African Tech Leaders Carnegie Mellon University’s commitment to educating the next generation of African tech leaders and entrepreneurs received a boost today with a $10.8 million commitment from [...]
WEF Africa 2016 Highlights: Africa Rising; The Fourth Industrial Revolution; and Social Entrepreneurship
The 26th World Economic Forum on Africa took on the feel of the country in which it was hosted: Rwanda. In this way, there were three over arching themes that were explored throughout the meetings: [...]
Austin Okere, Executive Vice Chairman of Computer Warehouse Group, chats to CNBC Africa about how indigenous technology companies should position themselves to take advantage of the opportunities in Africa.
WEF Co-Chair Graca Machel hosted a panel discussing how to harness the untapped potential of women in Africa, where over a quarter of formal SMEs are said to be owned by female entrepreneurs.
Director of Corporate and Legal Affairs at Microsoft 4Afrika, Louis Otieno, chats to CNBC about the 4th Industrial Revolution, and how it's set to help drive Africa's economy forward.
by Fred Swaniker, Founder, African Leadership Group’ Good leaders do not fall from the sky. The experience of successful nations, the world over, emphatically points to the centrality of strong education institutions, and particularly robust [...]