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OH MY WORD!
A DEEP DIVE INTO What Is Coming Up
The Season Of Sass And Success
Ever Heard Of ‘Bleisure’? Try It In Mauritius
COVAX MARKS BILLIONTH SHOT IN RWANDA
KRUGER SHOOTS TO THE TOP
Salty Solutions For Tanzania
First Nigerian Act To Top Music Chart
SOUTH AFRICAN COMPOSER TO MAKE MUSIC FOR HOLLYWOOD FILM
THE VERDICT IS OUT: OMICRON LESS SEVERE EVEN FOR UNVAXXED
FRENCH-SENEGALESE GOALKEEPER SCORES
A-LIST GATHERING AT LEADING WOMEN SUMMIT
HEART OF THE MATTER
The Basketball Player From Cape Verde Enjoying The Ride In Business
Bilbo Bags A Billion • The Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson is officially a billionaire thanks to the sale of his Middle Earth–sized cash cow, the visual-effects firm Weta Digital.
Money-Minded • The new pan-African payment and settlement system launched recently is to reduce cross-border payment fees and transaction delays across the continent, and eventually help businesses scale.
Virus. Vaccines. And Vacillations • Vaccine mandates... and why everyone is talking about it.
Vaccination Mandatory For Justin Bieber Performance And Concert In South Africa
COUNTRIES IN AFRICA MAKING COVID-19 VACCINES MANDATORY
The Heart Of Technology In Africa; How Arravo’s Success Is enabling ICT Solutions • With the growth of technological advancements like cloud computing, data is a big commodity in the African tech market. Arravo has found itself taking on the big task to empower businesses through such ICT solutions aiming to be the leading IOT enabler for human-to-human interaction by the year 2025.
AFRICA’S RICHEST PEOPLE 2022 • THE CONTINENT’S BILLIONAIRES ARE COLLECTIVELY 15% RICHER THAN A YEAR AGO, THANKS MOSTLY TO SOARING STOCKS.
The EU-African SME Summit 2021 Sets the Framework for Collaboration between SMEs in Africa and Europe
‘THE COVID-19 CRISIS TAUGHT US THAT WHILST THE WORLD COULD SURVIVE WITH LESS PLANES, CARS AND TRAINS, IT COULDN’T SURVIVE WITHOUT THE PHONE!’ • SAM DARWISH HAS CHOSEN EMERGING MARKETS AS THE UNIVERSE IN WHICH TO GROW AND CONNECT. READ ON ABOUT THE TOWERING AMBITIONS OF THIS ENTREPRENEUR WHO ROSE AS AN ENGINEER TO RUN ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST PROVIDERS OF TELECOMS INFRASTRUCTURE, RECENTLY LISTED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
Without Funds, Fear Or Favor • When you are a young, feisty female founder in the startup world, not everything will go your way. The biggest challenge? Access to capital and worse, seeing funding disproportionately channeled to all-male teams, as studies suggest.
The Billionaire Creating Wealth For the Ultra-Rich • A high school drop-out, Nikhil Kamath is India’s youngest billionaire and with a keen interest in Africa.
The Storyteller In Fashion • Tanzanian entrepreneur Nisha Kanabar is elevating the vernacular African fashion space employing content and engagement.
Son Of The Soil • The rewarding story of a South Sudanese coffee entrepreneur who spent his childhood as a refugee braving bullets and snake bites. His company, 734 Coffee, is named after the geographical coordinates of the camp where he was raised. Uprooted by civil war, Manyang Reath Kher was invisible there, not anymore.
Boys In The Bubble • Startups are supposed to specialize, but OpenSea’s founders thrived by building a wide-open market for creating and trading all manner of NFTs, whether art, music or gaming. Now that they’re centimillionaires...