The Taxi Tumult
An industry responsible for moving most of Africa’s people is heading for even more strife. Taxi owners, and the commuters who rely on them, are going to suffer.
A Night To Remember
On October 9 it’ll be 55 years since Uganda became independent after nearly 70 years of colonial rule. Forbes Africa founding editor Chris Bishop looks back...
Government Isn’t Motivated By High Profits
President Yoweri Museveni speaks to CNBC Africa’s George Ndirangu from the Uganda’s capital, Kampala, about the country’s successes and challenges.
On The Road To A Green Future
In Uganda, a college project that led to ‘Africa’s ¬ first electric car’ is now an automobile start-up on course to mass-produce green vehicles for Africa.
THE Missionary That Built A Business Empire
Ian Clarke left Northern Ireland to join a missionary in Uganda. Decades later, he has a business empire that includes clinics, construction, education and a hotel.
If Hunger Can’t Inspire You, Nothing Can
The extreme poverty Amos Wekesa grew up with pushed him to earn $6 million a year with his tour companies.
The Cool Shoes Fired Up A Dream
They had no sneakers as kids, now Andrew Lale, and his business partner Theo Baloyi, are making thousands of them – and demand is growing.
I Tried To Make It Beautiful & Young
It is rarely boring for the man who makes a living drawing famous people and posting their portraits to them.
The Winner Who Defied Death Fights For The Holy Grail
Neil Tovey is the only South African captain to lift an African Cup of Nations trophy. The former defender, who is lucky to be alive, wants to revive the national team.