Africa Is Heating Up And Not In A Good Way
Change is hitting Africa where it hurts most. The environment is getting harder and harder to deal with.
Give Us Water Not Statues
Proposal to honor an African president with a six-meter-high statue for a reported $457,000, in a land of poverty and high unemployment, has provoked angry opposition.
The Call Of The African Kingdom
Roberto Russo gave up a comfortable life in Australia to set up business in Swaziland. While the country comes with a desirous lifestyle, it has its limitations.
Drop Out, Cash in, The King of the Kingdoms Internet
Ali Resting could have made big money with his IT Company in South Africa but chose Swaziland where he turns over $2.3 million a year.
A Ride From A Taxi Driver To Legal Eagle
Siphile Buthelezi taxied people around to get himself through university. The journeys ended in his successful law firm.
The Tiger Taking On The Fat Cats
When he left India for Tanzania, Sanjeev Kumar didn’t know he would start a banking revolution.
Doodles That Make Oodles
A look at entrepreneurs who took a shot on the darkside in a billion-dollar business; a woman who sketches horror; and Africans who are pitching to Hollywood.
Staying ahead in the motor industry is as complicated as trying to unpack the drama in an overhyped reality TV series. Opel is making a good first of it.
We’ll Follow The Beast To Hull And Back
As one of the best African footballers around at the moment, Victor Wanyama is a hero for hungry young Kenyan players.