Fifteen emerging young African entrepreneurs will put their talent to work on the continent after being chosen as finalists in the Anzisha Prize 2017
The persistence of conflicts and wars on the continent continues to fuel uncertainty for the resolve of African leaders to strive and propose a better life for the youth and future generations
Jean Pierre Elong Mbassi 14 Aug 2017
UNCTAD adviser, Alibaba's Jack Ma, has launched an African Young Entrepreneurs Fund worth $10 million
Lack of education and mismatched skills remain major obstacles to Africa's development agenda
Empowering and preparing the youth in Africa for the future: we need to drive a youth-centred information society, says Nokia
Leaders in Africa put job-creation programmes on the front burner as youth unemployment soars, creating serious problems
Kingsley Ighobor 12 May 2017
African youth are yearning for a greener existence after mass urbanisation has created overcrowding and other societal changes
Africa has more people under 18 than any other continent in the world, reports Africa Renewal…
Innovative research released by The MasterCard Foundation is making the case for a new approach to youth employment training strategies in Africa…
Projects to support entrepreneurship and job creation in the Gambia over the next four years, have been launched…
Gabriella Mulligan 15 Feb 2017
The son of a Pentecostal pastor, Keith Cartwright grew up in church and according to him it was a very, very strict religion and it forced him to keep a schedule. Six days a week, 2 hours a day and 8 hours on a Sunday, he had to be in church. This schedule taught Cartwright a lot of discipline. It taught him to sit still and it taught him to pay attention. Besides all the religious and moral lessons that he learned, there were other disciplines that crafted his mind and gave him focus. In the second part of this coverage, he lists three; be stupid, fail harder and give it all away.
Juanita Pienaar 20 hours ago
Thursday, 17 August marked the second annual Loeries Masterclasses featuring industry leaders and experts speaking on a range of topics targeting various audiences within the creative industry.
Jessica Tennant 3 days ago
South African women in marketing can enter the international Women in Marketing Awards, which has identified a global need to celebrate women in marketing, advertising and communications. Deadline for award entry submissions is midnight Monday, 18 September 2017.
The success of South African agencies in Cannes recently is a reflection of the big talent in the country. Taking this talent and the size of the agencies into account and adding the knowledge and professionalism of South African agencies, it would be logical for the country to be a hub for the rest of the countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Danette Breitenbach 14 Aug 2017
How quickly and effectively marketers respond and adapt to ongoing consumer feedback is the new determinant of brand performance according to a new survey report, released by the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council.