Author Kizito Okechukwu
26 Oct

Africa Disregards Its Youth At Its Peril

Sadly, the African continent has become somewhat infamous for ignoring and suppressing the voice of its people, particularly the young masses, which are hopelessly struggling to survive.

1 Sep

Springing The Economy Back Into Action

With the pandemic having annihilated businesses of all sizes and statures across the world, we are all in the midst of a serious wake-up call, as we continue in hope to find ways to live our lives as normal as possible, while playing by the cruel rules of the virus. Since the global outbreak, millions of deaths have been recorded with just as many jobs lost – forever.

11 Aug

It’s Time For Leaders To Listen To Reason

As South Africa celebrates Women’s month, I was honoured to host a webinar last Friday dubbed “She Remains Resilient” with five of the most dynamic, intelligent and diverse women from different sectors, which drew an online audience of a few hundred women.

3 Aug

22 On Sloane To Host Celebratory Women’s Month Webinar

Be it in business, at home or wherever and whenever, women the world over remain a force to be reckoned with. Their inherent dedication, strength of spirit, insight and foresight, humility and patience make them unique.

6 Jul

Africa’s Ecosystem Can Learn From The Global Startup Ecosystem Report

The highlights of the Global Startup Ecosystem Reprot (GSER), published by Startup Genome and the Global Entrepreneurship Network (GEN), included the rankings of the top 40 ecosystems in the world and the top 100 emerging startup ecosystems

2 Jul

Entrepreneurship World Cup

The Entrepreneurship World Cup (EWC) is open for 2020 and is accepting applications from around the world – aiming to expand far beyond the 102,000 contestants from 187 countries who participated in its first year.