How to raise financially responsible kids
“The first generation makes wealth, second generation spends it, and the third generation blows it!” This is a popular saying among wealth advisors.
Erelu Bisi Fayemi: I don’t whisper about the rights of women, I speak up
She spent many years working on women’s rights and development issues around the world before she returned to Nigeria in 2010 when her husband, Dr Kayode Fayemi, became Governor of Ekiti State.
Innovation in Africa: what young African women entrepreneurs have to say
Supporting innovation in Africa is no easy task. Political instability, civil wars, terrorism, and uncertainty often disturb the ecosystem of progress and sustainable development.
How technology is transforming women-owned businesses in Africa
Technology is the future, and a growing number of women entrepreneurs in Africa are starting their businesses with low-cost devices such as mobile phones.
Is it a good idea to move back to Nigeria?
It seems like everyday there’s another one of your friends is moving back to the promised land of Nigeria for a shot at making big. Growing up and attending school in the UK, America and South Africa, etc.
Moni Baruwa: Focuses on building her brand
What do you do when you have the travel bug and just can’t get it out of your system? Well you start a business of course! Moni Baruwa has visited more than 25 countries....
Love Or Lust
Most people misconstrue the meaning of love and infatuation. What is the difference between infatuation and true love? It is pretty hard to tell sometimes, right?
Yasmin and Afua: Empowering young women in Africa
Afua and Yasmin share with Guardian woman their experiences and why empowering other young women is a step in the right direction.