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Meet the Cape Verdean student in the U.S leading the African nation’s first-ever Olympic...

Latroya Pina is the first member of her family to learn how to swim and now she has been selected to represent her country, Cape Verde, in the Olympics. This is a historical feat as...

Explaining the High Cost of Remittance to African Countries

The World Bank recently released a study report with findings that the cost of remitting cash to African nations is higher compared to other continents all over the world. The report indicates that for...

Six tips for African entrepreneurs and companies on successfully raising capital

This article is an excerpt from the book Get Money: A Practical Guide to Capital Raising for African Companies and Entrepreneurs, by Mansur Nuruddin, managing partner of MNCapital Africa Advisors (MNCAA), which codifies the author’s last seven years in assisting African companies...

The Triplet Medical Doctors Revolutionizing Ghana’s Health Sector With Their Ground-Breaking App

Daniella Torshie Hansen Mensah, 26, was at work in July 2018, when she started experiencing streaks of allergic reactions. She pulled her smart phone did some ‘tap tap’ and bingo she’s booked a doctor’s visit. The...

Meet 11 year old Stacey Fru, Africa’s youngest award winning author

It’s never too early for a young girl to find her purpose and pursue her dreams as she becomes a woman. Today we celebrate 11 year old South African writer Stacey Fru, an author...

Nuya’s Essence: Tanzanian beauty queen finds her business groove with natural skincare products

Hellen Dausen wanted to be a professional model and she was serious about it. After graduating with a BSc. in International Business Administration and Entrepreneurship from the United States International University-Africa in Nairobi, she...

Making it rain for smallholder farmers: How Thomas Njeru capitalised on a gap in...

Thomas Njeru’s first 18 years were spent in Embu, on the slopes of Mount Kenya on a smallholder farm. Unknown to him, his environment was grooming him to create a solution that would tackle the challenges...

GUBA Foundation Donates Incubator To Ga West Municipal Hospital

GUBA Foundation, a subsidiary of GUBA Enterprise in its bid to reduce infant mortality rate in Ghana, has donated a new incubator to the Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit of the Ga West Municipal Hospital...

Zimbabwean Marjorie Ngwenya is the first non-British-based president of the UK’s Institute and Faculty...

Marjorie Ngwenya became the first non-British-based person to be appointed president-elect of the UK’s Institute and Faculty of Actuaries. She has served in various positions in companies such as Old Mutual, Liberty Group South...

Meet The 38 Year-Old Entrepreneur Who Built A $1 Billion Oil Company In Ghana

Even in the bloated-budget world of oil exploration, $70 million is a lot of money. And yet that’s how much Kevin Okyere, one of Ghana’s savviest yet understated entrepreneurs, has personally expended in developing...