What’s Stopping Young African Scientists from Achieving Their Potential

Young African scientists face persistent barriers which cause them to leave their own countries, and even academia.

Rural Areas and Small Cities Hold the Key to Economic Growth

Rural areas are poised to be a significant driver for economic growth in developing countries. According to the State of Food and Agriculture report by the...

Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA) Results 2018

In the 2018 SEDA index of wellbeing, South Africa ranked 113th out of 152 countries - placing it in the third quartile of SEDA scores. Over...

Challenges and Best Practices for Productive Use of African Micro-grids

Demand for electricity from small industry and businesses (productive use of energy - PUE), is a key success factor for micro-grids. This is because...

Investing In Kenya Considering The Current Economic Situation

In 2016, Ernst & Young index ranked Kenya as the top most preferred investment destination in East Africa due to good infrastructure and ease...

Agriculture: Africa’s Quiet Revolution

Agriculture will be Africa’s quiet revolution with a focus on SMEs and smallholder farmers creating the high productivity jobs and sustainable economic growth failing...

10 Best Business Schools in Africa

With Africa increasingly attracting investors and progressively becoming a business hub, it’s clear that the continent is ripe with opportunities. No one understands this better...

Bringing Global Expertise To The SA Payments Industry

Two years of new local leadership, PayU South Africa is a significant part of the Naspers’ fintech and e-payments division’s successKaren Nadasen, PayU South...

African Innovation and Integration of WordCamp Conferences

The unmistakable truth to mastering technology is understanding the reality that 80% of all tech careers require the ability to read and comprehend the...

What Is The Best Age To Become An Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs come in all shapes and sizes, but new research suggests that middle-aged ones are more successful.Contradicting the popular image of tech-savvy whizz kids...

Money Talks – What’s Yours Saying?

I am often reminded of that little joke we hear around the festive season – “it’s all fun and games, until your jeans don’t...

Boosting Madagascar’s Economy by Rebuilding the Zebu Cattle Industry

For generations, zebu cattle have symbolized power and prosperity in Madagascar. With their distinctive humped backs, long crescent horns, and flapping dewlaps, the animals are...
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