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Revealed: 2018 Forbes Africa Under 30 list

Today marks the reveal of Forbes Africa's highly anticipated cover, The Forbes Africa Under 30 list. We have a couple of videos rolling out throughout the month ...

Africa's Richest: Top 10 Billionaires (Updated) | Forbes

Oil, telecom, and construction are just some of the industries from which Africa's wealthiest derive their billion-dollar fortunes. Forbes counts down the top 10 ...

Forbes Africa Feb 2018 - 23 African Billionaires

This is the one issue of Forbes you must get for the young adults in your life. So get two copies. One for you and one for them. Enjoy reading and learning.

Forbes Africa TV Ep11: Tonye Cole found opportunity in the shock of his worst day

Entrepreneurs have to face up to many bad days. It comes with the territory. But some days are a lot worse than others. At the end of the worst day for Tonye Cole ...

Forbes Africa TV Ep3: Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back

My Worst Day Episode 3 features Nigerian Oil Mogul Femi Otedola, the billionaire that bounced back. Femi Otedola takes us on a journey of one of his darkest ...

Forbes Africa Ep6: Folorunsho Alakija opens up on being a secretary to world's richest black women

From starting her career as a company secretary to launching one of the most prominent fashion labels, building the largest printing company in Nigeria and ...