Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu shares a new idea on civic responsibility when it comes to supporting innovation in the Diaspora.
Ordinarily, the idea of civic responsibility promotes community service or donations by citizens within a local area or nation. But another way to think
On June 23, the Supreme Court announced a disappointing 4-4 ruling in the U.S. vs Texas case determining whether President Obama's 2014 immigration relief programs can go into effect. A tied decision from the Supreme Court means that the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans
Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Dr. Priscilla Chan announced that they have banked $24 million in a Series B round of funding into Andela, with participation from GV, the venture capital arm of Alphabet Inc. previously known as Google Ventures. With this, the couple made
Africa's unemployed youth are in a state of distress. Here's how to help them.
A “virtuous cycle” is one in which a reciprocal cause and effect leads to the improvement of the situation. As the world moves deeper into the information age, technology and education have the potential to form such a cycle. The skills acquired through education provide an enabling
When I think about female micro-entrepreneurship in sub-saharan Africa, I often think about the women of Yaba market in Lagos. I wonder how they and their businesses have survived through the years and how I can help make their businesses more profitable and sustainable. During
The Orisun Collective, which organizes annual art camps for children in Lagos, will launch with a Harlem brunch on April 24. Brunch for the Arts will be hosted by Iheatu Kanu and feature performances by the Imperial Mandela Rose and singer Yeanka and be deejayed by