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Nigeria’s Movie Industry Grows But Still Plagued By Piracy 

One out of every ten Nigerian films sold is legitimate, according to the World Bank. The post Nigeria’s Movie Industry Grows But Still Plagued By Piracy  appeared first on Zenger News.

Dirty Laundry, Family Illness Inspires Kenyan To Develop A Gig App

Kenya's gig economy stood at $19.7 billion in 2019, employing 5.13 million workers. The post Dirty Laundry, Family Illness Inspires Kenyan To Develop A Gig App appeared first on Zenger News.

#FixTheCountry: Ghanaians Take To The Streets And Social Media To Demand Constitutional Changes

Ghanaians protest over a range of issues, including a limping economy and suppression of press freedom. The post #FixTheCountry: Ghanaians Take To The Streets And Social Media To Demand Constitutional Changes appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Doctor Ditches Medicine, Finds Success In Fitness And Adventures Firm

Taii Odero pursued medicine out of peer pressure, but a stint as gym trainer as a university student led him in another direction. The post Kenyan Doctor Ditches Medicine, Finds Success In Fitness And Adventures Firm appeared first on Zenger News.

Nigeria’s Twitter Ban: A Shot In The Foot For Businesses

Businesses that depended on Twitter to connect with clients are hard hit by the month-long suspension of the site. The post Nigeria’s Twitter Ban: A Shot In The Foot For Businesses appeared first on Zenger News.

Elephant Dung Soap Is Cleaning Up As A Beauty Treatment 

Kenya's Maasai women have turned traditional soap into a product that softens skin, cures spots and even drives off mosquitos. The post Elephant Dung Soap Is Cleaning Up As A Beauty Treatment  appeared first on Zenger News.

Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government

Youth decry tough conditions to access loans through a government fund. The post Give Us Jobs, Pay Befitting Our Qualifications: Malawian Youth Tell Government appeared first on Zenger News.

L’Oréal, Kenyan Beauty College Bring Hope To Young People Living With Albinism 

Eighteen students benefit from a scholarship program sponsored by the French cosmetics firm and a Kenyan college.  The post L’Oréal, Kenyan Beauty College Bring Hope To Young People Living With Albinism  appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Woman Quits Lucrative Oracle Job, Finds Success In African Dolls Business

Wangari Kamau knits themed dolls, such as for disabled children or those living with albinism or vitiligo. The post Kenyan Woman Quits Lucrative Oracle Job, Finds Success In African Dolls Business appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Women Reap Big From Butterfly Farming

A butterfly farming project inside an indigenous forest has handed women along Kenya's coast an economic lifeline. The post Kenyan Women Reap Big From Butterfly Farming appeared first on Zenger News.

Bitter-Sweet: Kenya’s Complicated Affair With Coffee

American-owned restaurant chain Java House nurtured Kenya's coffee-drinking culture and changed the urban dating scene. The post Bitter-Sweet: Kenya’s Complicated Affair With Coffee appeared first on Zenger News.
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