Ghanaian App Connects Churches With Followers Via Smartphone

Tue, 10-Oct-2017, 21:51
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Churches will forever be a part of society. Considering this, creating a app that connects churches and churchgoers is a smart and sustainable move.

Interview : Aliko Dangote on why there are so few large African conglomerates

Tue, 18-Apr-2017, 07:33
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At the recent Ibrahim Governance Weekend in Marrakech, Morocco, prominent political and business leaders convened to debate some of the important issues surrounding Africa’s potential today.

Interview : Fahari’s CEO, Kenneth Masika talks to How we made it in Africa about opportunities in the Kenyan market

Tue, 18-Apr-2017, 07:01
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In November 2015 the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) listed its first real estate investment trust (REIT), the Stanlib Fahari I-REIT.

7 Questions for Gambia’s New President, Adama Barrow

Mon, 23-Jan-2017, 10:25
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One of these days, the West African nation of Gambia will get to see its new president, Adama Barrow, in the flesh.

Why Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima swapped her wings for the ring

Sat, 06-Aug-2016, 03:24
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For model Adriana Lima making the journey home to Rio is a pilgrimage.

"I have to go to the Corcovado and look at the Christ and just thank him for everything I have," says the Brazilian supermodel.

When students start a business in university

Thu, 04-Aug-2016, 04:57
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It's little more than a decade since Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of Harvard at the age of 19 to launch Facebook.

The social network has made him the fourth-richest man in America and a hero to any aspiring college entrepreneur.

Here are 15 things we can learn from the interview:

Fri, 17-Jun-2016, 04:04
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In the world of business, one name has been a dominant force on the African continent. Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote with an estimated net worth of $18 billion, had a chat with Forbes Africa correspondent Peace Hyde.

In the interview, she uncovered the business mogul’s most challenging day in business.

Guinea President: Africa Will Have Larger Economy Than China

Friday 5th February 2016 04:55 PM
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Guinea’s President Alpha Conde was kind enough to answer my questions while attending the World Economic Forum’s annual gathering at Davos, Switzerland. Conde was the first freely elected President in the country’s history after surviving, imprisonment, exile and at least one documented assassination attempt. He describes his journey, vision, challenges, opportunities and what he would like foreigners to understand about his country.

Start-up snapshot: South African estate agency charges fixed rate and works till 10pm

Fri, 08-Jan-2016, 10:45
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In November Marcél du Toit and Harry Hattingh launched Leadhome, a South African real estate agency that aims to revolutionise the industry. While most agencies earn a commission of between 5% and 7.5% of the property sale value, Leadhome charges a fixed fee of R29,995 (US$1,870) per sale. This means a home worth R1m will be given the same attention as one of R10m.