Unemployment is one of Africa’s biggest problems. And so is the population. We have various problems in the environment, banking, and finance, some societies lack basic needs, how can we create a shared success that makes sure everyone enjoys a healthy and worthwhile life? Now that’s where entrepreneurship comes in.Continue Reading
“It has affected me, big time, because I was supposed to be out there by now, rehearsing with musicians, getting ready for my tours. I should have been performing by now, in fact, all my 53 gigs, they are cancelling them as the months go by.”Continue Reading
“I’m not changing my identity, I just have to pay my bills. Look at what you deal with when you come here (Ghana), there’s no support and there’s no infrastructure. So, when you get out there you gotta make that place work,” she addedContinue Reading
The Young Politicians and Leaders Network (YPLN), the organising body aims to leverage on this avenue to bring together policy makers, young entrepreneurs, business executives, professionals and start-ups, to discuss various topical issues that pertain to economic empowerment, leadership, and entrepreneurship development.Continue Reading
“2020 will see many positive changes that will impact more and more talented young people – very proud to be back and to help ensure that the younger generation will also dare to dream.”Continue Reading
The Cinewax Online African film festival 2nd edition is a unique concept to showcase African films online in the World. Though an exciting film selection of short films, features films, and documentaries, the festival is exploring the collective imaginaries about Africa and the African diasporasContinue Reading
“We want to dominate Africa, we want to tell African stories. We want to tell the story of humanity, we want to tell the story of love throughout the world. Certainly, we come from a small region called Ethembeni, but we are building a brand that will make us survive, a great brand that will dominate in Africa and throughout the world, said LN watches creator, Lunga Ntuli”.Continue Reading
Ghana’s Nora Bannerman turned a lifelong passion—fashion design—into a thriving enterprise. Bannerman now employs 120 workers to produce high-end garments for international retailers.
Kenya’s Wambui Mbesa grew up in a children’s home but made education a priority and now is the CEO of INTRASOFT International East Africa.
South Africa’s Soula Proxenos fought against racial injustice and gender bias from an early age—today she is a professional board director, guiding companies toward more equitable practices.
Uganda’s Anne Kabagambe credits her family for helping her overcome personal challenges; now she works as Executive Director of the World Bank Group, representing the interests of 22 African nations.
Akofa has been acting professionally (stage, TV, film) since 1987 and became a household name playing the role of Amete in the popular Jagger Pee series in the late ‘80s and also with Ultimate Paradise in the 90sContinue Reading
The awards ceremony will take place from 24 to 25 November 2019, at the “Swiss Spirit Hotel and Suites Alisa Accra”, in Ghana and their stay will include a leadership program where laureates who will meet high-level personalities. On the occasion of the ceremony, a super award of the Young African Personality of the Year will be chosen among the 35 laureates and will receive a cash prize.Continue Reading