The commodity super-cycle that characterized ‘Africa Rising’ has come to an abrupt end. It is time to get to the serious business of nation-building.
As a category, luxury fashion used to be the domain of old European atelier and fashion houses. The most popular names, the most recognized brands and the most talented designers were either from, or often found their way to Europe. But as the modern era unfolded,
Last year, the Yoruba culture took center stage as Laolu Senbanjo’s artwork was seen in Beyonce’s Lemonade and inspired a whole new dialogue about the Yoruba pantheon from Brooklyn to Cuba to Istanbul. The Yoruba-Cuban twin duo Ibeyi also took over our timelines with their
In the second part of this two-part series, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Editor Mutiyat Ade-Salu explores the ways in which entertainers are resurrecting the business motto “For Us, By Us” and why she’s giving this movement a new name:“Doing It For Ourselves”.