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Aid Money: International NGOs VS Home Grown Solutions?

Globally, only an estimated 2 per cent of all international aid money goes to local organisations, despite evidence that home-grown solutions can be better placed, more equitable and at times even more...
Ethiopia’s hospitality sector

Opportunity for Investment in Ethiopia’s Hospitality Sector

Do you wish to invest in Ethiopia’s hospitality sector? With a population of over 100 million people, Ethiopia is Africa’s second most populous nation. Just like many other countries on the continent, Ethiopia has...
agriculture entrepreneurs

Generation Africa: Inspiring Young Africans To Become Agri-Food Entrepreneurs

Pan-African telecommunications, media and technology group, Econet, and global crop nutrition leader, Yara International ASA, today launch “Generation Africa”, a partnership initiative to inspire young African entrepreneurs to join the agri-food...

Debunking The Made-For-Africa Script

Catherine Phiri is the managing director of Media 365, a cause-related communications which produces award-winning cause related campaigns for leading organizations and is the executive producer of Zambia's popular drama series Love...
Competing Stories

Competing Stories In Brooklyn And Mozambique

Ask two people standing apart what they saw at an event and, chances are, they will tell you different versions of the same story.

Zandre Campos Discusses Investment Opportunities in Angola’s Tourism Industry

With growing support from allies, infrastructure improvements, and the right promotional support, Angola has the opportunity to become a leader in the tourism space domestically and globally.

5 Top Opportunities for Investment in Djibouti

As the flight from Dire Dawa, Ethiopia descends into Djibouti airspace, it is hard to ignore Djibouti’s strategic location and importance. Bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea and...

Trust Your Struggle

ZAIN ASHER was born and raised in London. She graduated from Oxford University where she studied French and Spanish (graduating with a distinction in oral Spanish). In 2006, she earned an MS...
Staying The Course

Staying The Course Through Thick And Thin

It’s always easy to start something new, but not always easy to stay the course. Starting a new project, a new business or even an investment plan, for that matter, is exciting...
Investing In Africa

7 Tips For Investing In Africa

Investors in Africa must consider geo-political and economic uncertainty on the continent as well as a plethora of country and region-specific governance, compliance and regulatory challenges when investing in the region.

Bridging The Digital Divide In Rwanda

Rwanda targets to have 100 per cent internet access by 2020 and is investing heavily into becoming an ICT Hub. Joining CNBC Africa to understand how the digital gender divide can be...
Africa countries Doing Business 2019

10 Best African Countries for Doing Business 2019

The Doing Business index is a ranking index system, created by the World Bank Group, which indicates the regularity environment of businesses.  A higher ranking, which is indicated by a lower numerical value, specifies...

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