Modern credit cards have been around for nearly seven decades, and less than half that time on the African continent
Business unusual; East African client ordered weekly deliveries of a curry from his favourite restaurant in Europe>Morris Kiruga
A Nigerian had a fresh birthday cake delivered from Abuja to Lagos at a specific time of the day - the delivery cost three times the value of the cake
Conquering Africa; what the story of South African firms in Kenya - and Nigeria - teaches those looking for riches>Morris Kiruga
At the arrival of democracy in 1994, South Africa was only making $11 million from Nigeria. Within a decade, that had gone up to $11 billion.
How a small Nairobi startup is using Twitter to crowdsource traffic accident data.
South Africa invests more in the continent than China does, but it hit surprising headwinds in some markets - but it seems to have learnt.
107 years of history: Africa and its fun American presidents stories, plus the Big Man who gave Obama a $50,000 gift>Morris Kiruga
First ever Safaris, impromptu visits to Somalia--a trip by an American president to Africa, though rare, never makes for a dull moment.
Manned by an estimated 120,000 men, the Moroccan Wall is the longest and oldest functioning security barrier.
If you landed in Lilongwe with long hair or an unkempt beard in the 1970s, the custom officials would subject you to an involuntary haircut.
In South Africa sutent protestors placed severed pig heads in the kosher section of Woolworths stores to protest Israel’s actions in Gaza.
Ebook on Africa's 1960s independence leaders, and their stories: Some amazing, some uplifting, and several depressing