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“Africa: Open For Business”- CONGO

“Africa: Open For Business”- CONGO

“Africa: Open For Business” probes into the world of successful African businesses and exposes myths while debunking fears surrounding doing business in Africa. With concise segments following successful African and Africa-based entrepreneurs, decade-long Journalist, Carol…

There is a little ‘Captain’ in All of us

There is a little ‘Captain’ in All of us

Written by Toye Olutola blog: http://lazioman.blogspot.com/ I was broke. No, scratch that. I was very broke. My life was a life of melancholy, misery and unhappiness. I was drained in complicated problems that I never saw…

Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services (ETSS)

Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services (ETSS)

Written by Ibrahima Sow ETSS (formerly Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church Social Services) was started in 2000 as an outreach organization to the Ethiopian community in Columbus, Ohio. With the mission of ‘assisting immigrant and refugee…

Protect your Future

Protect your Future

Written by Sire’ Nzimiro As families we all work very hard to secure our futures however the sad reality is that our hard work can be taken from us in the blink of an eye.…

Intelligence Squared US (Aid to Africa is Doing More Harm Than Good)

Intelligence Squared US (Aid to Africa is Doing More Harm Than Good)

Today, AfricentricsLIVE revisits the 2007 Intelligence Squared US debate: Aid to Africa is Doing More harm Than Good. AID TO AFRICA IS DOING MORE HARM THAN GOOD from Intelligence Squared U.S. on Vimeo. Advocates of…

Paul Collier on the “Bottom Billion”

Paul Collier on the “Bottom Billion”

Synopsis: Paul Collier’s book The Bottom Billion shows what is happening to the poorest people in the world, and offers ideas for opening up opportunities to all. Paul Collier studies the political and economic problems…

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu Meets Jorgen Vig Knudstorp Ideas Exchange Bbc

Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu Meets Jorgen Vig Knudstorp Ideas Exchange Bbc

The Ideas Exchange is a series from the BBC exploring the minds shaping global business. It pairs up business leaders from around the world to discuss today’s business landscape and their secrets to success. Ethiopian…

WHY SHOP LOCAL

WHY SHOP LOCAL

As a neighbor and a concerned citizen, your community houses many diverse locally-owned and independent businesses. These small business owners are our friends and neighbors. When you shop locally you invest in your own neighborhood…

Exploring A Greater Columbus African Chamber of Commerce

Exploring A Greater Columbus African Chamber of Commerce

Written by Didi Anekwe Edited by DiePreye Krukrubo As the African population grows in Greater Columbus Ohio, African owned businesses grow exponentially with unprecedented scope and contribute enormously to the economic vitality of Greater Columbus.…

THE TERRODOME: African Economic Development Series (Euvin Naidoo and more)

THE TERRODOME: African Economic Development Series (Euvin Naidoo and more)

A graduate of the Harvard School of Business, Euvin Naidoo is a South African investment banker and was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. In 2007 he was President of…

AFRICA PAST AND PRESENT: Mass Media and Democracy

AFRICA PAST AND PRESENT: Mass Media and Democracy

Professor Folu Ogundimu (MSU, Journalism) joins Peter Limb and Olabode Ibironke, an MSU graduate student in Comparative Literature, to discuss how the transformation of mass media in contemporary Africa has revitalized democracy and strengthened freedom…

THE TERRORDOME: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on Aid and Economic Development in Nigeria and Africa

THE TERRORDOME: Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on Aid and Economic Development in Nigeria and Africa

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (born June 13, 1954) is the former Finance Minister and Foreign Minister of Nigeria, notable for being the first woman to hold either of those positions. She served as finance minister from July…

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