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Eager Journeys is a travel and photography blog by freelance journalist and photographer Iga Motylska, who lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. It focuses on travel to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, across Africa and the world, as well as authentic cultural experiences.
Joining the Global Ranks of
Wealth Creators — Africa, Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East analyses 250 fortunes in these up-and-coming regions. The
report is also based on interviews with billionaires from these emerging markets, as well as editors of Forbes local language editions, and Forbes and Forbes.com wealth analysts.
South Africa's leading financial executives learned operational strategies to cut costs and optimise their businesses, so as to retain their levels of productivity and maintain their organisations’ competitiveness, as South Africa enters the toughest economic times of the last decade.
With the purse strings in their hands and the demands of their board, stakeholders and personal lives, CFOs face numerous pressures, especially in the current volatile market. The latest CFO Summit equipped them for survival and future success.
Man of peace: Gonçalo Mbunda turns weapons of war into artworks that have gained him international acclaim. “My masks represent seeing the truth behind the mask.”
The report's analysis and commentary derives from those central to sustainable job creation—young entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Ghana, Mozambique and Angola. It considers the value of African entrepreneurs, the challenges and opportunities inherent to entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa. The data is based on a survey of 4000 individuals, who represent all levels of education and socio-economic levels.
Ethiopia's golden girl has stolen the hearts of the entrepreneurial world with her Fair Trade footwear brand, Sole Rebels, the second time around she's
rebranding Ethiopia's greatest produce: coffee.
I followed in the ox-wagon tracks of the Great Trek through Jock of the Bushveld country along the Panorama Route three times in the last year. These are my highlights.
Craig Rodney dispels business myths that are holding back small business owners.
Well, not quite. But Iga Motylska did discover the Seychelles’ virgin forests, granite peaks, turquoise waters and pure-white beaches.
Wending its way through the city's greenest and most wooded suburbs, the City Sightseeing green tour gives passengers time to reflect on Johannesburg's colourful heritage while exploring one of the largest man-made urban forests in the world.
The KwaZulu-Natal Midlands Meander in the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains has several self-drive routes. I took the R103 to explore Nottingham Road village.
Time passes quickly when you’re in Maputo, one moment you’re eating a pastel de nata for breakfast and the next you’re having flame-grilled crayfish for dinner. Here’s how to draw out those 48 hours to experience the melange of
attractions Mozambique’s capital offers.
Victoria Falls, which straddles the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, is a playground for adventurers looking for adrenaline injections and exotic meals.