[Sponsored] Wits finds dung beetles inform artificial intelligence
Have you ever wondered why dung beetles don’t get lost, even when they navigate vast expanses backwards?
The rise of Fin Techs
One of the critical challenges which banks and financial institutions across the African continent need to address is that of financial inclusion.
Africa’s real estate sector continues to evolve despite market volatility
Despite a range of factors resulting in ongoing volatility, Africa's real estate markets continue to innovate.
Africa’s next unicorn: coming soon to a country near you?
For the continent’s startup culture to thrive, venture capital needs to be unlocked.
To grow, Africa must look inwards
A united Africa working towards common goals could be a global game-changer.
Africa’s population growth: Boom or bust?
As Africa’s population explodes, how can we guarantee prosperity for everyone on the continent?
Ethiopia's top femtrepreneur paves the way for Africa's women
Hadia Mohamed Gondji is changing the narrative for African women determined to succeed in business.
Nigeria's challenge of making people profitable again
The presence of oil is likely to have impacted on support for developing Nigeria's industrial private sector.
Ghana's traders benefit from Kumasi Central Market redevelopment
Open 24 hours a day, West Africa's largest market promises improved trading conditions, no matter the time of day.
Ethiopia poised to ride the wave of artificial intelligence progress
There’s a wave of artificial intelligence sweeping through Ethiopia and it’s causing disruption among futurists in Sheba Valley.
Exports of quality flowers showcase Kenya as serious global trader
A warm climate, great location and efficient transport connections keep Kenya competitive as a global flower producer.
Debmarine Namibia’s new mining vessel to boost economic growth
The vessel will be used for marine diamond recovery operations off the southern coast of Namibia.
IFC invests in Stanbic Bank to support SME growth in Zambia
Zambia’s entrepreneurs battle to access finance due to informality in the market, high collateral requirements, and poor bank lending tools.
East Africa offers diversified growth opportunities for SA firms
The region’s industrial and services sectors are in need of South African operational expertise.
Drones offer bird's-eye view on Ivorian agriculture
Farmers in Côte d'Ivoire are increasingly keeping an eye on their remote lands through the use of drones.
The university of the future has African roots
With a fresh approach to new age tertiary education, the doors of learning are wide open at African Leadership University in Mauritius.
How Ghana's Maker-Movement is driving young innovators
What started out as a community of makers, innovators and entrepreneurs has quickly grown into the biggest Maker Movement in Ghana.
New empowerment model key to rebuilding SA’s construction sector
South Africa’s once vibrant and globally competitive construction sector faces ongoing challenges.