How 25 year-old Esther Karwera’s Akorion serves 60,000 farmers in Uganda

Bringing a lasting solution to the myriad of problems stacked against the growth of agriculture in Africa remains a major challenge to Africans and the world at large. Africa has…

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Africa, it’s time to make the RoboPolice your friend

In the next 20 years, or less, the era of human policing will be over. There have been efforts over time to keep humans out of harm’s way  -from criminality…

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SEE what Goodnews Ibiezugbe, a 25 year old Economics student, does with Plantain

Youth unemployment in Nigeria is fast rising. While successive governments have adopted various policies to tackle this challenge and experts have proffered a plethora of solutions, including the introduction of…

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Raising Money is the Most Difficult Thing I ever did as Entrepreneur -Funke Opeke, CEO MainOne Nigeria

MainOne Cable appeared on Nigeria’s telecommunications scene in 2008 when it started its ambitious goal of constructing the first privately owned submarine cable for wholesale internet connectivity in West Africa….

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In Tanzania, Sahara Sparks 2017 edition brightens the Startup Ecosystem

In Tanzania, Sahara Sparks 2017 has come and gone, but participants cannot forget the boost this yearly event has given to the startup ecosystem in Tanzania, particularly and East Africa,…

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Young Entrepreneurs can apply for the Unilever Sustainability Awards

Global consumer goods company Unilever, in partnership with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, has commenced its 2017 Young Entrepreneurs Awards for people whose ideas, products and services are helping to solve…

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African entrepreneurs can leverage co-working spaces to learn and grow -George Akande, Co-founder, FastLaunch

On a sunny day in Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria, George Femi Akande sits on a sofa placed in a corner of a co-working space. Other business-minded individuals are busy with their…

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ARE YOU A LEARNER? GOOGLE IS NOT A SEARCH ENGINE!

Please don’t quote me. Rather, quote Olamide, one of Africa’s frontline hip-hop rappers, who in one of his popular rap lyrics asked one of his fellow rappers “are you a…

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5 Lessons to learn from 5 Female Entrepreneurs in Africa

Bilikiss Adebiyi, Wecyclers. Lagos, Nigeria faces a sobering waste crisis that will only worsen as the city’s population of 21 million people continues to soar. The overburdened municipal government collects…

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From Trash to Treasure, Art meets Sustainability

House 33 is an environmental art gallery in Abuja, Nigeria. Beyond the gallery, however, is the vision of the Founder and Director, Ifesinachi Comedy Nwanyanwu (an Artist) to change the…

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