Mwanja Ng’anjo has written a concise but well-reasoned piece on why blockchain-based solutions can be even more impactful in Africa. Of course, SureRemit gets a mention too: 315 more words
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The best water in Africa currently -no brags- is LASENA ARTESIAN NATURAL MINERAL WATER and it comes from a flowing renewable artesian thermal aquifer within the earth’s crust from a depth of 522 metres. 142 more words
Disclaimer: More followers don’t mean more sales, however, more followers will increase your visibility and grow your brand awareness.
More engaged followers = More sales… 232 more words
If you think that young people aren’t doing anything constructive, think again.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing 19 year old Renee Campbell from South London who has been accepted on a 12 week voluntary placement with Balloon Ventures Foundation to provide business training to entrepreneurs in Africa. 868 more words
If you are not engaging on Instagram or getting engagement on your posts; you are leaving money on the table. 554 more words
Bilikiss Adebiyi Abiola was born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1983. She got her secondary education at the Supreme Education Foundation secondary school. She proceeded to the University of Lagos and left the University of Lagos after a year to complete her studies in the United States of America. 476 more words
Anna Phosa is one of Africa’s most successful business women. The pig farmer is often referred to as a ‘celebrity pig farmer. In a continent where doing business is very challenging, her business journey was not rosy and she struggled to raise capital to start and grow the business. 208 more words