After 20 years in jail, Wallace Peeples became a successful entrepreneur in just two years

THEODORA AIDOO  Wallace Peeples, known as Wallo267, is an American orator, entrepreneur, social influencer, activist, and marketer who rose to cultural phenom status within two years. Right from prison, Peeples emerged as an internet motivational star hitting social media platforms by storm…

It’s Easier to be an Entrepreneur as a Woman in Ghana than in any Other Country

Miishe Addy is the co-founder and CEO of Jetstream Africa, a technology-enabled logistics company focusing on cross-border trade. Ghanaian by heritage and American by birth, she grew up in Texas and earned a philosophy degree from Harvard. But she always…

Meet The Entrepreneur Who Is Changing the Game In Geriatrics

Chika Madubuko is using technology to connect the at-home elderly to trained care-givers in Nigeria. THE GLOBAL DIGITAL HEALTH MARKET IS growing by leaps and bounds and billions, and Chika Madubuko, the CEO and Founder of Greymate Care, is wanting…

The Entrepreneur Who is Piecing Africa Together One Puzzle At a Time

London-based Ghanaian entrepreneur and computer science specialist Patrick Adom is inducting children into the fascinating world of jigsaw puzzles while teaching them about African culture. AS COUNTRIES begin to grapple with the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic, rapid adoption…

How An Entrepreneur’s Partnership With Target Is Helping Build Racial Equity In Minneapolis

Houston White is the owner, founder, and designer of Houston White Men’s Room, a barber shop and apparel store located in the Camden Town neighborhood of North Minneapolis. In a city with a long history of systemic racism and inequality,…

Entrepreneur invents first ever made in Congo rechargeable irons

It took him 8 months of trials to make sure that this rechargeable iron could work properly. In this laboratory, 23 year old Baraka Safari Elie spends his whole day making these rechargeable irons, the first of its kind in…

The Entrepreneur Who Started Out With $2 and Some Leaves

By Forbes Africa Social entrepreneur Lufefe Nomjana’s business model is as fresh as the superfood he advocates. Creating a value chain to benefit business and residents in South Africa’s informal townships requires skill and perseverance, but that is the incredible…

Proudly SA: The woman and the entrepreneur

By Opinion Let me start by greeting and saluting all fellow businesswomen in Mzansi. It has not been easy ladies, tackling the business world and maintaining who we are, not forgetting where we come from and embracing what we are…