Under30: Technology Category 2019 (PART 2)

Under30: Technology Category 2019 (PART 2)

11. Vena Arielle Ahouansou, 25, Benin Co-founder and CEO: KEA Medicals In 2016, Vèna Arielle Ahouansou was part of a delivery team that successfully delivered two babies. But, unfortunately, the delivery caused a haemorrhage in the mother and a blood transfusion was needed immediately. It ...

Under30: Technology Category 2019 (PART 1)

Under30: Technology Category 2019 (PART 1)

This year marks the fifth milestone annual FORBES AFRICA 30 under 30 list, and we have introduced a new category of game-changers. Together, they are 120 in total across four sectors: business, technology, creatives and sport. Meet the class of 2019, a stellar collection of entrepreneurs and innovat...

Towards One Africa

Towards One Africa

In the alphabet soup of regional African trade blocs, will the AfCFTA ease the cost of doing business on the continent? Ghana has been named the host of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) following four years of talks to form a 55-nation trade bloc. It will be the base for the AfCTA...

Alain Kouadio on entrepreneurism

Alain Kouadio on entrepreneurism

Alain Kouadio – CEO of Kaydan Group – is passionate about fostering entrepreneurship. He spoke to Dounia Ben Mohamed. As CEO of Kaydan Group, – a conglomerate specialising in luxury real estate development – Alain Kouadio to help stimulate economic development in his native Côte ...

9 Things You Didn't Know About Aliko Dangote

9 Things You Didn't Know About Aliko Dangote

A renown business mogul, known all over Africa and beyond, born 10th of April, 1957 is the owner of Dangote Group, who dominates some commodities in Nigeria and other African countries? he's no other than Alhaji Aliko Dangote GCON. He was ranked the richest person in Africa and 23rd in the worlds...

Not Just Equality, But Recognition Of Excellence

Not Just Equality, But Recognition Of Excellence

August marks Women’s Day in South Africa, a day commemorating the efforts of more than 20,000 women of all races, who marched to the highest political office in the land, on the morning of August 9 in 1956, to raise awareness around women’s rights and present a petition against the carrying of p...

No Longer In The Wilderness

No Longer In The Wilderness

Meet the women challenging stereotypes deep in the bush in Botswana’s tourism capital Maun, filling roles conventionally held by men. For 10 years, until 2018, Botswana had no First Lady, as President Ian Khama was unmarried. Botswana’s first First Lady, Ruth Williams Khama, the wife of Botsw...

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