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Rapelang Rabana: I don’t believe everyone should be an entrepreneur

Featured on the cover of Forbes Africa before the age of 30, Rapelang Rabana founded Rekindle Learning, a learning technology company. Rekindle Learning challenges the...

Minna Salami: I’m impatient with the idea that the reason we should empower women is to grow the economy

Listed by ELLE Magazine as one of “12 women changing the world”, Minna Salami is a Nigerian-Finnish writer, blogger and commentator who has contributed to...

Sonia Mugabo: Emerging markets, like Rwanda, are centers of innovation

Sonia Mugabo is the founder of Sonia Mugabo (“SM”), a Rwandan-based fashion brand offering an eclectic mix of African trends and contemporary style. SM offers...

Senanu Arkutu: I decided to follow a passion that I hadn’t realised was a skill

Senanu Arkutu is the founder and CEO of DAAR Living, an interior styling firm that is diversely African, layered and interwoven, antique and contemporary, with...

Salha Kaitesi: Many of our traditions and stories have been lost

Salha Kaitesi is a social entrepreneur currently managing two projects: Beauty of Rwanda, a not-for-profit organisation that economically empowers women and girls in Rwanda; and...

Maria Ebenezer: I decline clients unwilling to comply with our standards

Emerald Green Ushering Services is a Nigerian-based event hostess agency, providing professional staff for international corporate and luxury social events. Founder, Maria Ebenezer’s entrepreneurial drive was...

Susan Granger: My biggest passion and purpose is to empower African women

Nubian Queen on 101 is a niche, quality and exclusive online boutique store, specialising in genuine leather handbags and accessories, all designed and made from...

Swaady Martin: Franchising is a great opportunity to support women entrepreneurs

Swaady Martin launched the SWAADY Group in December 2012 to reverse Africa’s commodity trap. The group houses socially-responsible brands that locally process raw commodities into high-value, consumer...

Teta Isibo: There is so much potential for African artisans to increase the value of their products

Teta Isibo is a Rwandan fashion entrepreneur and the founder of Inzuki Designs, a Rwandan brand specialising in jewellery, home décor and accessories that fuses...

Michelle Ntalami: Entrepreneurs have a fire

Michelle Ntalami, a strategic brand and marketing expert, is the founder of Marini Naturals, Kenya’s first 100% organic, natural hair care line. With her wealth...