Investing in science and research has massive benefits for Africa’s economy - AfDB President, Akinwumi Adesina
The Bank’s President Akinwumi Adesina was speaking at the 7th Agriculture Science Week (AASW) and the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), where he was awarded the FARA Leadership Prize for advancing agricultural science, technology and innovation in Africa.
The Yasar University in Izmir, Turkey invites you to join a free live webinar in which you get to learn about their different Degree programmes.
Kevin Avila: The Importance of Telemedicine through Satellite in Africa (Part 1): South Africa and Uganda
Telemedicine offers a new hope for medical patients in Africa. One of the biggest healthcare issues in Africa today is the poor level of medical services in the rural and remote regions.
Dutch businessman, Bob van der Bijl is Managing Director of Kibo Africa, the automotive company responsible for the first locally manufactured motorcycle in Kenya, particularly adapted for the African terrain. His interview with Africa Business Communities:
In a team, being smart does not mean being the most intelligent, but having simple, common-sense about people and situations.
A business-owner takes the time to create job descriptions and specifications, then recruits staff only to surround themselves with sycophants whose strength is eye-service.
Africa Business Communities sits with Naomi Njoroge, the Managing Director of Aidem Business Solutions (ABS), a marketing, event management and organization company. Read all about ABS’s unique focus, what keeps it on it toes and of course, its challenges; not forgetting the impact of modern technology in organizing conferences.
The last seven years have seen a rise in activities geared towards IoT across the globe among technology practitioners, private businesses and education institutions. In 2013, it was estimated that there were about 80 things being connected to the internet per second.
May is Innovation Month here at Union Bank as we think up great ideas via our Ideas Bank to create new products and improve our processes, so we can give more value to our customers.
The call centre industry throughout Africa is growing faster than in any other region of the world.
In this exclusive interview with Africa Business Communities, Mitchell Prather, Managing Director of Djembe Communications speaks on how he made it in the Public Relations industry and shares an insight on how technology as become a part of Public Relations.
Founder and Director of Swisatec, a property development and management company, Mr. Lukas Reichmuth throws more light on the state of the real estate sector in Africa and introduces Swisatec’s latest concept.
I have been asking this question since the new change agents came on board in the running of affairs of Nigeria. Right now, everything is on the rise.
Africa’s CEOs look to innovation and technology to stimulate growth in uncertain global economic environment
After more than a decade of urbanisation, Africa is poised for a digital revolution. Increasingly, organisations are using technology to challenge business models and disrupt competitors in markets.
British-Born Nigerian Georgina Fihosy is a UK certified pharmacist, founder and editor of lifestyle blog ThatHealthyFeeling.co.uk, and the creative entrepreneur behind the African inspired greeting cards company, Special Touch Designs. Her interview with Africa Business Communities:
Entersekt CEO, Schalk Nolte, looks at the growing security risks for banks and financial institutions in Africa and explains why complacency is no longer an option.
So say the co-chairs at the recently concluded World Economic Forum on Africa which was held in Kigali, Rwanda from May 11th -13th, 2016.
The Netherlands African Business Council (NABC) has launched its new Communication Center. The Center will provide its 410 members with an affordable way to send press releases to over 7000 journalists across Africa
The African Union’s Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy, HE Mrs Elham Mahmood Ahmed Ibrahim, will tell participants at this year’s eLearning Africa conference that sharing infrastructure must be a top priority for African governments.
The Nigerian public sector is generally admitted by Nigerians themselves as definitely not functioning at optimum capacity; there are various lapses by government agencies which contribute to poor governance and, in extension, underdevelopment.