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REBRANDING THE DEFINITION OF IMPACT AND LUXURY IN LAGOS • The real estate market in Nigeria is a lucrative one. But not many pride themselves in building with a purpose. Veritasi Homes and Properties plans to be a game-changer in that regard, founded by a 30-year-old who has shown that if one door closes, you can buy another one and open it yourself.
INSEAD - A Business School For The World • INSEAD is a school that promises cultural diversity, career development, and a network beyond comparison. With more than 60,000 alumni spread across over 170 countries around the world, both past and present students have been empowered to prosper in business globally. This has also allowed students from the African diaspora to use this synergy for business growth on the continent.
Inclusive Capitalism • The pandemic has prompted a surge in entrepreneurship, voluntary and involuntary. How do we leverage this moment to ensure that everyone who wants to pursue the American Dream can do so? The United States’ first female, Black and Asian-American vice president weighs in on this opportunity.
Newer Heights • With reset bilateral relations, the hill country of Rwanda is attracting fresh interest from French business.
CRY, THE BATTERED COUNTRY • IN JULY, RIOTS LEFT HUNDREDS OF MALLS LOOTED, MORE SMALL BUSINESSES THAN CAN BE COUNTED BANKRUPT, HUNDREDS DEAD AND THOUSANDS ARRESTED IN SOUTH AFRICA. WAS THIS THE FUTURE NELSON MANDELA IMAGINED FOR THE RAINBOW NATION?
Anger, Anarchy, The Despair Of Business And A People United In Hope • A FIERCE THIRD WAVE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC NOTWITHSTANDING, THE WEEK THAT VIOLENT RIOTS TORE THROUGH THE HEART AND SOUL OF SOUTH AFRICA, DRIVING THE ECONOMY INTO CONFUSION AND CHAOS, THE WEEK UBUNTU ALSO TOOK OVER AS ORDINARY CITIZENS ROSE TOGETHER TO PICK UP THE PIECES OF THEIR SHATTERED PRESENT. FORBES AFRICA WAS ON THE GROUND COVERING IT ALL AS IT HAPPENED.
O 2 • FACED WITH A SEVERE SHORTAGE OF OXYGEN, INDIA CHOKED FOR BREATH AT THE HEIGHT OF ITS CATASTROPHIC COVID-19 PANDEMIC PEAK IN APRIL AND MAY. CRITICAL MEDICAL OXYGEN IS USUALLY THE FIRST RESOURCE TO RUN LOW DURING RESPIRATORY EMERGENCIES. CURRENTLY IN ITS THIRD WAVE AND WITH TALK OF AN IMPENDING FOURTH WAVE, IS SOUTH AFRICA EQUIPPED TO HANDLE SUCH A CRISIS?
Fostering Financial Inclusion And Sustainable Growth • As experts in capital market and funding, BSE sees exciting opportunities ahead in Botswana.
INNOVATIONS IN OXYGEN GENERATION
Covid’s Entrepreneur Explosion • High unemployment, the magnifying power of the web and fresh fintech financing are fueling an eruption of startups not seen in decades. And America will never go back to business as usual.
The World’s 10 Highest-Paid Athletes • Empty stadiums. Curtailed seasons. Playoff bubbles. And a year of record...