Senai Wolderufael is a former Ethiopian Airlines employee turned entrepreneur. His company, Feed Green Ethiopia, produces and exports Ethiopian spices and dry food items to different parts of the world.
A new documentary titled, ‘In the Life: Scrap Metal Men’, follows the routine of two Ghanaian scrap metal dealers as they go about their business.
Global Ovations has named Ghanaian model, Victoria Michaels, as the brand ambassador for the 2016 Mercedes Benz African Fashion Festival.
A new documentary series, ‘The Returnees,’ details the experiences of Cameroonians who have lived abroad and have returned to their country to contribute to its growth.
Winifred Selby, from Ghana, is the founder of Afrocentric Bamboo, a company that manufactures bicycles with bamboo parts. The young entrepreneur also has a bamboo plantation that provides raw material for her company.
Sam Kodo is a Togolese tech entrepreneur who built his first robot at age 8. He is now the CEO of Infinite Loop, a company that manufactures low-cost computers for distribution in Africa.
Tom Osborn is the founder of Greenchar, a company working to provide Kenyan households with environmentally sustainable and affordable cooking fuel.
South African entrepreneur, Thato Kgatlhanye, is the co-founder and CEO of Repurpose Schoolbags, a set of bags with solar power technology that lights up at night, helping children with reading.
Black History Month, observed every February in the United States, is a period set aside to celebrate important events and people in the history of black diaspora. To commemorate this year’s event, we list the top five female civil rights campaigners in the U.S.