Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Category: Business Be Heard

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  • 10 dynamics to ponder when growing business in Africa

    10 dynamics to ponder when growing business in Africa

    In the entrepreneurial world it is accepted that talent alone is not enough to be successful. When a business starts up or expands it calls for extra input. More attributes are nee ...

  • The Leadership Mask

    The Leadership Mask

    In my years of training emotional intelligence, I facilitated an exercise where I ask delegates to bring along a mask that personifies the character they bring to work. Through the ...

  • 15 top African business leaders to follow on Twitter

    15 top African business leaders to follow on Twitter

    Social media, specifically Twitter, has gained traction when it comes to shaping societies opinions on matters. Twitter is a platform where business leaders can utilise 140 charact ...

  • Celebrating Miko Rwayitare with Dr James Makamba

    Celebrating Miko Rwayitare with Dr James Makamba

    Makamba Online shares with you an audio interview hosted by Lucky Token. Lucky speaks to Dr James Makamba on 1873 FM as Miko Rwayitare’s friends mark the 10th anniversary of his de ...

Young and Rich – Sandile Shezi SA's Youngest Millionaire

Young and Rich – Sandile Shezi SA's Youngest Millionaire

"The foreign exchange market—or forex for short—is the buying and selling of currencies, and it's one of the fastest growing markets in the world. Forex trading works much li ...

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Lessons From a Nigerian Entrepreneurial Queen

Lessons From a Nigerian Entrepreneurial Queen

President Barack Obama’s second inauguration, so serendipitously held on the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., wasn’t just a transcendental moment for Americans. The day resonat ...

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Zimbabwes Liberation Heroes and Heroines

Zimbabwes Liberation Heroes and Heroines

"Every year on the second Monday of August, Zimbabweans take a break in the form of a holiday and reflect on the lives of the heroes whose resilience led to the nation gaining ind ...

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Interview with Jim Ovia – Co-Founder of Zenith Bank

Interview with Jim Ovia – Co-Founder of Zenith Bank

"Captains of Industry speak to one of Nigeria's leading businessmen - Jim Ovia, the man who co-founded Zenith Bank back in 1990#BusinessBeHeard " ...

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A conversation with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A conversation with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

"Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was born in Nigeria in 1977. In 2003 her debut novel ""Purple Hibiscus"" was released and since then she has written and published another three books, t ...

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Do Private Schools Offer Better Education than Public Schools?

Do Private Schools Offer Better Education than Public Schools?

On a visit to my obstetrician during my pregnancy, my husband and I found ourselves seated next to another couple and they were filling in forms for their future child’s education ...

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Mkulima Young Champion – Former journalist Sh 800,000 kienyenji chicken empire

Mkulima Young Champion – Former journalist Sh 800,000 kienyenji chicken empire

"""Caleb Karuga sacrificed his fame on TV and worked out an exit plan from his reporter''s job last year, leased a one acre plot and today he is headed to be a millionaire""For si ...

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Fred Swaniker, Founder of African Leadership Academy, on Africa, Leadership, & Entrepreneurs

Fred Swaniker, Founder of African Leadership Academy, on Africa, Leadership, & Entrepreneurs

"At Africa Social Enterprise Forum in NYC, Katrina of envisionGood.tv spoke with Fred Swaniker, Founder of African Leadership Academy. In this video interview, Fred highlights ach ...

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Interview with Tabitha Karanja Africa's Gender-and-Monopoly-Busting Brewer

Interview with Tabitha Karanja Africa's Gender-and-Monopoly-Busting Brewer

"She ventured where few before her had dared, taking on a decades-long business monopoly and overcoming gender stereotypes to become a major player in her country's lucrative drin ...

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Interview with Tabitha Karanje Africa's Gender-and-Monopoly-Busting Brewer

Interview with Tabitha Karanje Africa's Gender-and-Monopoly-Busting Brewer

"She ventured where few before her had dared, taking on a decades-long business monopoly and overcoming gender stereotypes to become a major player in her country's lucrative drin ...

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