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Author Kizito Okechukwu
17 Feb

Africa Can Achieve Continental Free Trade, Only if…

Arguably, one of the most difficult tasks that can be bestowed on one is to negotiate with various parties. This task becomes more burdensome when it involves different people, institutions, organisations and nations that have so much complexity.

11 Feb

Falling in love with your business this Valentine’s

Starting a new business can be exciting, but it’s by no means a constant rosy and fun experience as most assume it to be.

25 Jan

The Hill We Climb As African Startups

The profound words of Amanda Gorman’s inspirational poem at the new US President’s inauguration last week, got me pondering deeply about how we can find light in this never-ending shade.

18 Jan

Sobering Up To The Facts

I was inspired to write this piece after receiving a call from a tavern owner "Siya" in Soweto, Johannesburg, who sought my opinion on the government’s recent ban on alcohol. I first ascertained whether he was engaging me as an alcohol trader or as a concerned citizen. He answered as both, so I responded to both.

1 Jan

We Should Do Better In 2021

As we enter the second wave of the pandemic, even the great prophets, sangomas and crystal ball predictors could not foresee or decipher the life changing conundrums of the past year.

16 Nov

Digital Africa to support Global Entrepreneurship Week 2020

The Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) is the largest celebration of entrepreneurs and innovators who bring ideas to life and improve economic welfare across the world.