Martin Ganda - Africa Investor and Adviser
Wednesday , 15 August 2018

US policy: Africa rising and the art of the deal

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source url US President Donald Trump supports pro-business initiatives on the continent but cuts are likely in infrastructure development Thumbs up? US President Donald Trump poses with African leaders after a Group of 7 Summit expanded session in Taormina, Sicily. in May 2017. Trump is unlikely to reinvest in strategies and institutions that have worked, such as Agoa. Picture: REUTERS Despite the …

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Africa needs change – be the Mandela of tomorrow

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http://fgsk.de/?kraevid=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-kein-erfolg&243=80 Let’s be history-makers. Let’s be the change that we want. The power is in our hands, literally. Nelson Mandela’s legacy is that he overthrew apartheid and ushered in a rainbow nation; black and white people became one woven fabric of the new South Africa. He did not change every facet of South Africa to perfection as we expected, but he …

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Global Diaspora : Africa’s goldmine and bridge to prosperity

Africa is a continent filled with opportunities, from mining to real estate to agriculture. However, the potential for projects in these areas is stunted by the limited accessibility to capital. I see the current generation of young people who have left Africa as its next generation of builders. Armed with access to global networks and pools of capital, our generation …

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Ubuntu Fund at Duke MBA Business in Africa Conference

 Ubuntu at Duke University Martin Ganda and Ubuntu Education Fund Managing Director Jordan Levy at Duke MBA Business in Africa Conference Guest blog by Martin Ganda We recently hosted Ubuntu Education Fund Managing Director Jordan Levy at Duke. Jordan spoke at the Duke Business in Africa Club’s recent Opportunity and Impact Conference. Ubuntu was a fantastic example of the new …

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New African Leadership Demands Blending Of Young And Old

In order to compete in the global market, Africa must tap into its supply of intelligent, eager young people for future leaders, both in the government and the private sector. Being the most youthful continent, with 65% of Africans under 35 years of age, and over 35% between the ages of 15 and 35, now is the time to groom …

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