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Posted by: on March 6, 2020

The latest on Africa’s tech-sector and entrepreneurship

Africa has been long referred to as the “next Frontier”. The continent’s diversity, culture, business opportunities, entrepreneurship, and youth are celebrated yearly at several universities around the world through Africa focused events and conferences. This blog post will cover some of the latest news and trends related to entrepreneurship, tech sector, and youth in the […]

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Posted by: on March 5, 2020

How can African youths take hold of the 4ir wave?

In September 2019, the World Economic Forum published an article titled “Revolutionary technologies will drive African prosperity”. The article speaks of the promise of 4iR technologies to unlock a new future for the African continent, home to 1.25 billion people under the age of 25. The “fourth industrial revolution” is a hot topic, and for […]

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Posted by: on March 4, 2020

Why I choose to be a lifelong scholar

As a lifelong scholar I realise that education comes in many forms, and each stage is part of our human experience. As Africans, most of our learning has been through informal processes. Furthermore, our credibility is lost through our lack of recording our history, our heritage and our culture. Yet much is to be said […]

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Posted by: on March 2, 2020

Why it’s never too early or too late: The Executive MBA for Leaders from a...

I decided to apply to Oxford’s Executive MBA programme in early 2018. At the time, the business I co-founded had just turned three. In our short history, we had been through the roller-coaster of start-up life, experiencing highs and lows. Our business had grown from a team of two people to >150. We had raised […]

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Posted by: on February 23, 2018

Safari of Extremes

I always knew post-graduation that at some point in my life I would like to embark on an MBA but the timing never felt right.  I finally went through the journey of finding the right course and applying.  Having been accepted at all my chosen schools I finally decided on Oxford.  The rankings played a […]

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Posted by: on September 2, 2016

A spirit of discovery and self-challenge…

A spirit of discovery, self challenge, “self inflicted pain” some would say, are some of the factors that have defined my journey to date and led me to this point, the start of my next chapter as I embark on an EMBA at Oxford. What lies ahead has been described to me by Oxford alumni […]

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