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On Becoming Toke Makinwa And Ghostwriting A Book

Toke Makinwa has written a new book. Except maybe she hasn’t. It all depends on what the definition of “written” is. On Becoming” the memoir by...
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How To Write a Book – Minnas Tekeste Tell His Story

Are you looking for how to write a book? Then you are in the right place. You are welcome to another Konnect Africa interview. How are...
Adebola-Williams

The Inspiring Story of Adebola Williams and How He Took Responsibility for his Life

"I knew I had to survive, because at an early age, I realized that my life is my life and that if it got...
Audu Maikori

The Rise and Rise of Audu Maikori: From Passion to Profit and Fame

Some people work hard and achieve great success. Some others are hardly working and wonder why fortune doesn't smile on them. I know a young...
Folorunsho Alakija

Africa’s Most Powerful Woman: Folorunsho Alakija

Alongside the most influential women on the planet such as presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and former talk show host Oprah Winfrey, Nigeria's Folorunsho Alakija...

How Patrick Bitature broke the Backbone of Poverty through Entrepreneurship

I have been studying successful people for a long time. Today, I will be telling the story of a very very successful man from...
Jaynyuy Joybert

A Konnect Africa Interview with Jaynyuy Joybert : Founder of The Center for Entrepreneurship,...

Hello Africa, It is another Konnect Africa Interview. We trust you are doing well. Today, we bring you the interview with one of Africa's finest minds....

Brenda Katwesigye – Connecting Ugandans to Good Health Care.

Brenda Katwesigye had a dream to become a medical doctor. From age 6, she thought of the contributions she could make to address the many...

Nigerian Tech Entrepreneur, Simeon Ononobi, Charges Nigerian Startups – “Start Thinking of Solving Global...

I met Simeon Ononobi at an event for Entrepreneurs tagged #TheIncubators. He was there with his beautiful wife, Madonna and they were the Special...

Too Lazy to Work? How Anda Maqanda Failed… and Succeeded in Building AM Group

If at first you don't succeed, pick yourself up and try again… Yesterday, this question occupied my mind; is it possible to fail honourably...

How ICT is Driving Online Food Delivery in Liberia: The CookShop.Biz Story

It's #EntrepreneurTuesday!!! When technology meets food, what happens? CookShop happens! Cookshop.biz is an online platform that lets you browse and order food from the...

Co-Founder of Vivo-ActiveWear Wandia Gichuru and Her Passage to ‘Entrepreneurdom’

Making the transition from a career to a business owner is not always the easiest of passages. On #EntrepreneurTuesday we follow the journey of...

Karidas Tshintsholo: Founder of Fashion Label Push Ismokol & His hustle for Economic Advancement

Karidas Tshintsholo shines bright on #EntrepreneurTuesday. A university undergraduate, he has founded two thriving businesses -at twenty- and continues to aspire unto greater heights....

Anzisha Prize Winner Chris Kwekowe is Revolutionising Employability Through Slatecube

Happy New month!!! It’s incredible that December 2015 is here already!!! On #EntrepreneurTuesday we feature one of the young and the restless; the new breed...

Eric Kinoti and Shade Systems: How Tent-Manufacturing Became a Million-Dollar Business in Kenya

It's #EntrepreneurTuesday and our featured entrepreneur has this to say: "Think big, start small, start now!!!" His success has gained lots of recognition globally and...

Brian Owango is the Pioneer Of Contemporary Mixology in Kenya and the CEO of...

You know it is #EntrepreneurTuesday so prepare to learn something new. It is trite to say that we can never really measure the impact of...

Haired Up! Ngozi Opara and the Heat Free Hair Movement for the African Woman.

It's another exciting #EntrepreneursTuesday! From the shores of Nigeria, across the teeming, rising continent of Africa, and far beyond our borders, the natural hair movement...

From Rock buns to Rockstar: Isaac Oboth is Building a Global Media Empire

Filmmaking has always, and I suspect, will always fascinate me, and on #EntrepreneurTuesday, we follow the story of a young Ugandan filmmaker who took...

The Entrepreneurial Journey of Adenike Ogunlesi: CEO Ruff ‘n’ Tumble.

After one week as a law matriculant at the Ahmadu Bello University,  she packed her bags and never returned. No, she does not have a...

Sylvia Oreshola Blyden: The Only Female News Publisher in Sierra Leone

Good morning! On #EntrepreneurTuesday, we serve you the satisfying meal of a woman who has ensured that her entrepreneurial pursuits serve a definite purpose in her...

White Collar to Green Collar: Alex Elphinstone and Yield Uganda are Partnering with SmallHolder...

Do you need to understand the passions, motivations, successes and challenges of Entrepreneurs across Africa? Then, #EntrepreneurTuesday is right up your alley. Africans are coming...

A Law Career Vs Organic Foods: Kenya’s Ann Mbugua Turns the Page in a most Appetizing Way!

I can almost taste it. I can almost smell the appetizing aroma. I can almost feel my teeth grinding its crunchy bones to bits. No,...

Dr. Toyin Falola is the Champion of African Studies

Toyin Omoyeni Falola was born 1953 in Ibadan, Nigeria. In the 1960s, he dropped out of high school to join a peasant rebellion that protested...

Kaakpema Yelpaala and his Access.Mobile are Improving Healthcare in Uganda

“I believe that in African markets you can come up with solutions that solve problems in a pan-Africa or global way."- Kaapkema Yelpaala Imagine a...

63 Years After, Lucia Mwihaki is Still Churning out Orders on Her Trusty...

Tailor-made in Nakuru: A 97-year-old Grandmother in Nakuru, Kenya who is not ready to retire from her hobby spends away her evenings and weekends sewing...