Quinton van der Burgh is Chairman, Innovatec Africa, South Africa. His interview with Africa Business Communities:
According to Jean Houston in her article “Social Artistry”, too many of the problems in societies today stem from leadership. Unfortunately such leadership is grossly ill prepared to deal with present diversity and complexity.
Since shortly after independence, Botswana has depended on its diamond revenues.
On a regular basis we consult African CEO's about their views on business.
Although I have lived and worked in Africa for several years and have occasionally been called "an African", I am still learning about the massive Africa. I can only provide a brief "take" about what I perceive about the topic of scientific development in the continent.
Many companies/organizations remain unaware of the impact that angry customers have on their reputation. The value of a happy customer is well understood but the influence and potential of an angry customer should never be underestimated.
Harriman Isa Oyofo is Chairman/CEO of Health , Safety and Loss Control company, Mann Safety, Nigeria. His interview with Africa Business Communities:
The news about the current Nigerian fuels crisis is already spreading beyond the realms of the Gulf of Guinea. It is said that this one is the worst since anyone can remember. This is truly not an enviable legacy for the outgoing president Goodluck Jonathan.
Africa Business Communities has set up several business directories among which the directory for players in the Market Research Business in Africa.
Oluwafemi Adebiba is a director at Kosiberu Koncepts, Nigeria. ABC brings this interview with him:
Brandon Wilson is founder and creator of Awesome South Africa, the first mobile app of its kind in South Africa. His interview with ABC:
It is important for the small business owner to take workplace accidents seriously because they can have a terminal effect on the business. Prevention should be the key and all accidents should be duly reported, recorded and investigated to prevent reoccurence.
Stallone-Obaraemi Samuel is a Senior Human Resources Manager with TNS Global, and has bagged about 10 years of experience and practice. He also runs an educational organization via which he grants basic education scholarship to a few African children, plus hopes to grow the number of beneficiaries in time. His interview with ABC:
Akin Oke is is a Management Consultant with Easy Data Resources Ltd., Nigeria and Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Leadership. He is an incurable optimist about the possibilities of Nigeria. His interview with ABC:
Harvey Oiku is founder of manufacturing company Blue Gold Corporate Concept Ltd., Nigeria. Africa Business Communities speaks with him.
ABC interviews Adedotun Samuel Adesanya, Managing Director of Kaakaki Consultancy and Self-letting.com
Kaakaki Consultancy Limited is an ambitious and innovative company that is attempting to turn the business consulting business on its head
When I was exposed to Sub-Saharan Africa for the first time in 1996, one of the real big problems of the time was keeping in touch with loved ones back in Europe. Telephones were rare and when they existed, lines did not always work and even if they worked, it cost an arm and a leg to make a call.
Mozambique liquefied natural gas, (LNG) stands to transform the country and entrench it as a leading player in the global LNG industry.
Africa Business Communities brings this interview with Julianne Obonyo, director of content for Afrikan Mbiu, Kenya.
Zeldah Schrama is founder and managing director of Oh My Bra a lingerie line for the African woman. Africa Business Communities brings this interview with her.