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  • Africa; Potentially A Significant Market/Audience for Facebook to Lose?

    I started drafting this post on May 21st 2011 and my thoughts apparently got lost in the bytes only to be revived today and changing the title from Why Facebook Could Be An African Entrepreneurs Biggest Asset simply because Facebook is more than entrepreneurial advantage for Africa and Africans it is a social change agent. [...]

  • The Digital Scramble for Africa

    A new scramble for Africa is currently in the works; hopefully this time around it’ll be more promising and equitable. Mo Ibrahim set a precedence that has seen an enormous surge in mobile communication technology in Africa. This in turn propelled a shift and paved way for the digital revolution in Africa given that it [...]

  • Recognising Africa’s Entrepreneurs

    It is often said that small to mid sized entrepreneurs form the basis of modern economies as such enterprises tend to be the engines of production and employment. This results in the respective consumption and growth of economies. A new Africa is in the making; a continent spurred by ambition and enthused with hard work. [...]

  • Light at the end of the ‘green tunnel’ in Africa

    In recent history, Africa has relatively been a passive player in the global economy. It has been one of the biggest aid recipients despite being a primary producer of raw materials. A rising middle class across the continent, relative peace and political stability coupled with a new breed educated and progressive visionaries sets the scene [...]

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