Interview

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Seni Sulyman explains what's happening at Andela

According to Seni Sulyman, Vice President of Global Operations at Andela, the company started noticing problems with placing junior level engineers in 2016. As such, they have now resorted to hiring more experienced engineers.

Aisha Pandor on building South Africa's SweepSouth

The on-demand economy has in some quarters been punted as a possible solution to South Africa's unemployment problem. We had a chat with Aisha Pandor, CEO and Co-founder of South Africa's SweepSouth, on her journey building an on-demand startup in South Africa.

Buhle Goslar on financial inclusion in Africa

Buhle Goslar, the newly appointed CEO for Africa at JUMO, spoke to iAfrikan about the company's future plans, financial inclusion and more. JUMO has to date raised over $100 million from investors such as Goldman Sachs and others. JUMO is Africa's largest FinTech startup.

Coding in South African schools

In the near future, the ability to code will be as essential as knowing how to read, write and count. As such, South Africa is training a group of teachers to learn how to code and how to teach coding.

Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard on building a media relations giant

Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard founded APO Group in his living room whilst still employed as a journalist. He spoke to iAfrikan about growing the company into a media relations giant that serves over 300 clients globally.

Mary Njoku on CANAL+ acquisition and more

Mary Njoku, founder of ROK, speaks to us about the business of Nollywood, the CANAL+ acquisition and more. Njoku also shares some information on her business journey.

Man behind Getty Images' drive into Africa

Lee Martin, ex co-owner of AllSport agency and now Senior Vice President at Getty Images speaks about the company's expansion into Africa. Martin also talks about Getty Images partnership with APO.