By Aditi Maheshwari The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) has launched a tourism and hospitality industry application, Opus4business. The new app will aid in the safe reopening of the industry by training business owners on the safe implementation of the Covid-19 tourism safety protocols. Based on industry designed tourism protocols, South Africa has received the World Travel & Tourism Council’s...
By Miracle Nwankwo The sustainable development goals 3, prioritizes neonatal and maternal health which gives volume to the fact that the lives of women and infants are valuable. On this account, a woman in West Africa chose to sacrifice her time and energy for the safety of mothers and infants at childbirth. It all began in 2011 when Adepeju Jaiyeoba lost...
By Miracle Nwankwo The death of a woman at childbirth is very grieving to her loved ones who bear the pain of their loss forever. On many occasions, when people hear about a maternal death, they immediately ask the question “what happened?” or “How did she die?” which often ends in an unclear explanation. Maternal health and mortality is an important...
By Miracle Nwankwo In recent times, Africans are beginning to turn their hearts from seeking employment to making employment. This can be seen in the numbers of business ventures that are emerging in the continent, projecting a future of millions of African-owned brands. In the spirit of the growing an entrepreneurial community in Africa, the continent is turning into a hub...
One thing about successful business people is that we only see their victories; we don’t see their struggles. We see the green on the other side, but believe me, someone does the weeding. Anna Phosa was born in the rural village of Boukenhouthoek, a small village situated in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. Phosa’s father died a few years earlier,...
By Miracle Nwankwo “I realised if I became a doctor, I could treat a few patients. If I focused on how to create models to allow patients access to care, I would have the greatest impact.” Those were the words of a wise African entrepreneur who decided a long time ago to change the health system in Africa for the better. Gregory...
Experts share tips at first Fashionomics Africa webinar, and a total of 136 fashion entrepreneurs, digital innovators and creative minds have joined the discussion. The African Development Bank’s Fashionomics Africa initiative on Tuesday launched its first webinar series to discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the industry. The African Development Bank under the leadership of the Gender, Women and Civil...
The Story of Boye Oshinaga: CEO Gradely If you have never been to Africa or encountered an African, you may be wondering what an African youth looks like. I will advise you not to paint a picture from the bushman story you’ve once heard because this demographic and what they have in their minds will blow you up.  Let me start...
Africa has the world’s fastest-growing beer market. The USD 13 Bn industry is buoyed by urbanization, a growing young population and the expansion of the continent’s middle class. According to sector analysis, the African beer market will grow at a 5 percent rate until 2020, compared to 3 percent in Asia and 1 percent in Europe. It will have a...
For some African startups, the impact of COVID-19 led to pay cuts, layoffs, and furloughs. However, African businesses are not the only business involved with such operations. For example, the new generation mega billion-dollar startups; Silicon Valley, and three marquee San Francisco tech companies namely; Uber, Airbnb, and Lyft, have, in the last few days, cut thousands of jobs, in...

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