Leaders

Mohammed Dewji, Africa’s youngest billionaire, takes on multinational brands

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Mohammed Dewji, the youngest member of Forbe’s Africa’s 50 Richest list, has studied abroad, served in Parliament, and invested in everything from real estate to agriculture to distribution. But he wants to take it further.

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Ory Okolloh’s Fascinating Career from Activist Blogger to Manager at Google

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Ory Okolloh Mwangi might be one of the most well-known women on the internet, at least across Africa, gaining recognition for her creation of online platforms to monitor Kenyan politicians and map violence.

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David Adjaye unveils his latest work, the Princeton University Museum of Art

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In late 2020 David Adjaye unveiled the face of the future Museum of Art at Princeton University in New Jersey.

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Who are the three African champions highlighted in the BCG Tech Challengers report?

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3 African technology companies have been identified in the Boston Consulting Group’s Tech Challengers report: Jumia, M-Pesa, Takealot.

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Politics

Germany looks to Africa as energy crisis looms in Europe

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Europe is looking to leave Russian gas behind for good and Germany is already looking at alternatives in Africa.

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UNDP’s innovative small-scale solar funding competition closes for applicants

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As part of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, the Climate Aggregation Platform is running a competition for off-grid solar financing in Africa.

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Realizing the digital potential of Africa requires a regional data governance framework

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There is an urgent need for a data governance framework that is supported by institutions which can support development offering huge possibilities for the African continent.

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A circular approach to the economy promises huge gains for Africa

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With a circular economy, Africa could surpass the developed world in sustainability

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Business

With a Digital Tech 100 Award, Kobo360 cements itself as the best e-logistics company in Africa

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Kobo360, the company that connects truck owners and shipping customers through an Uber-like application, picked up the title of ‘Best e-Logistics Platform,’ bringing it one step closer to becoming the leading provider of e-logistics on the African Continent.

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Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies in 2022

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With the release of the Statista report by the Financial Times on Africa’s fastest growing companies, three stand out – Wasoko, Flocash, and AFEX.

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Video Games Thriving on the African Continent

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In 2015, sub-Saharan Africa had approximately 77 million gamers, but in 2021 that number had shot up to 186 million, making Africa one of the fastest-growing in the world.

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The Africa Tech Summit returns to Nairobi for its 4th Edition

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 In February 2022, the Africa Tech Summit returned to Nairobi with over 500 delegates, 150 guest speakers, and more than 350 companies, with the aim of bringing African Tech leaders and international players together across three key summits. February 2022 marks the 4th Africa Tech Summit On February 22nd and 23rd 2022, the Africa Tech...

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