Congolese Doctor And His Team Discovers Cure For Ebola Virus In...

A group of scientists led by an African Dr has discovered a new cure/treatment for the deadly Ebola virus, which cures the infected patient...

Top 14 Gurus of African Comedy That Will Get Your Ribs...

African comedy over the last decade has showed immense growth and gained popularity, producing some of the best comedians the world has...

10 Young African Leaders

Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 200 million people between the ages of 15 and 24. According to the World Bank,...

WEF Africa Debate: Strategic Investment And Innovation For Sustainable Healthcare In...

This live interactive discussion on The State of Healthcare in Africa puts the spotlight on how technology and innovation can contribute to...

Contemporary African Art Has A Home

I recently had an opportunity to visit the magnificent Zeitz MOCAA.  I was completely blown away by the artistic excellence captured in both the...

Rwanda Offers To Resettle African Migrants Trapped In Libya

Rwanda and Libya are currently working out an evacuation plan for some hundreds of migrants being held in detention centres in the North African...

The Diversity of African Culture and Creativity

In recent years, the diversity of African culture and creativity has received more attention world over. Many young (and even old) emerging African go-getters...

Six Important Highlights from WEF Africa

A comprehensive multi-media report featuring full length video of each WEF session#1 Africa Economic Update

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Africa Suffering More Forest Fires Than Amazon: Satellite Data

As the world pays more attention to the fires burning in Brazil's Amazon rainforest, NASA's satellite images show a far greater number of fires...

PROFILE: Trésor Riziki – Multi Platinum-selling Artist in South Africa

One cannot mention the African millennial sound without mentioning Trésor Riziki. From music video channels to night clubs, Tresor’s music has become the soundtrack...

Justice For Gem Miners

Did you know that gem miners rarely get to see a percentage of the profits of gemstones, even though they mine 80%...

WEF Africa Debate: General Electric: Powering Africa With Innovative Technologies

This panel focuses on how GE has been powering the African continent over the last 120 years with different innovative technologies.

Freelancing in Africa: A Growing Trend On the Continent

Freelancing is rapidly growing across Africa. This way of working provides a variety of opportunities, for both men and women, that run...

Special WEF Edition: Top10 Business News

World Economic Forum EditionGuest Curated...

5 Investment Opportunities in Kenya

Kenya has been experiencing steady growth for quite some time now. The economic forecast has been positive with the World Bank predicting a growth rate...

African Instagrammers: Who to Follow

Instagram has become an essential part of our lives, allowing us to show the world what we’re getting up to. But the photo-sharing site...

How Many Languages of Africa Are There?

Not only is Africa the second most populous continent in the world with over one billion people, but it is also home to the...

WATCH: The Rise And Fall Of Robert Mugabe

A look back at the life of Zimbabwe’s founding post-independence leader Robert Mugabe (95) who died on Friday morning in Singapore.EWN 

Zimbabwe’s Founding Leader Robert Mugabe Dies At 95

JOHANNESBURG – Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday morning confirmed that his predecessor Robert Mugabe (95) has died. Mugabe passed away in Singapore where he...

Real Transformation Involves The Entire Enterprise, Not Just Technology

The concept of digital transformation has received significant attention in recent years

Private Sector Partners Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and...

Five private sector partners today announced new pledges for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment during the World Economic Forum on Africa.

Afrocentricity At The Centre Of Kruger Shalati Train On The Bridge

Since the establishment  of the Kruger National Park in 1898, and the eventual instalment of rail into the Park in the 1920s,...

African Bands In Germany: How Ngoma Africa Band Has Survived The...

It is not easy for an African band to survive for long in a European country. One of the few bands to...

Investing In Change: The Start-ups Changing Healthcare Through Innovation

A change in the way we see, and deliver, healthcare has been a burgeoning investment in start-ups in the sector. In 2017...

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What Does It Mean?

We stand on the brink of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one...

Productive and Empowered Women Entrepreneurs in Kigoma

A women empowerment programme in Kigoma, Tanzania has supported 82 women entrepreneurs to make their work more valuable, efficient and less hard...

The Big Trio: CFO’s, Technology And Finance

By Matthew Kibby, vice president for Sage Enterprise Africa & Middle EastThe accelerating speed of business and increasing...

Celebrate Heritage Day With South African’s Favourite Muso – Matthew Mole!

If music, food and fun with friends and family is how you love to spend some leisure time, then grab your tickets...

10 Ways To Have A Better Conversation

When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have conversations — and...

New Pro-business U.S.-Africa Policy Approach Opens Opportunities for American Firms Patient...

Historically, the majority of American firms have remained hesitant to commit capital to Africa. The continent has been viewed by many investors as too risky,

Women Leaders In Africa: Building Careers

As GE Africa turns 120 we are committed to providing real customer value in Africa and to making a positive sustainable difference together with our customers.

28th World Economic Forum on Africa To Focus on Inclusive Growth...

Sub-Saharan Africa’s future prosperity hinges on the ability of its leaders to create inclusive, sustainable growth at a time of rapid transformation...

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