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[Picture] Copies of the book ready to be shipped globally

The book is being delivered to the US, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, and Zambia.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK spotlighted on Ventureburn

Ventureburn is a prominent startup and entrepreneurship news portal.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK featured on South Africa's RSG radio station

Jaco Maritz was recently interviewed live on RSG by Ryk van Niekerk. 

Five businesswomen pushing the envelope in Africa

Here are five dynamic businesswomen featured in HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK.

Inspiring quotes from 10 of Africa's most dynamic entrepreneurs

Business wisdom that will help you take your venture to the next level.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK featured in print in the Sunday Tribune

A feature on HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK has been published in the South African newspaper Sunday Tribune.

Official launch of HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK – Tumi Phake to talk about his business journey

South African entrepreneur Tumi Phake has built a thriving health club business, Zenzele Fitness, by spotting a gap in the market.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK profiled on Bizcommunity

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK has been featured on top news portal and B2B website Bizcommunity.

Building a profitable business: Five lessons from top African entrepreneurs

Running your own company is an intense rollercoaster ride, where the highs are high, and the lows debilitatingly low.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK featured on Classic Business radio broadcast

Jaco Maritz, publisher of How we made it in Africa, was recently interviewed live on air by Michael Avery, the anchor of Classic Business – a finance show broadcast on Classic 1027.

Inspired by her former boss Aliko Dangote, Monica Musonda launched Zambia's first instant-noodle brand

Drawing from the experience and lessons acquired from working with Dangote in Nigeria, Musonda moved back home to Zambia to set up Java Foods.

Nelly Tuikong – Kenyan beauty brand taking on global behemoths

Nelly Tuikong is the founder of Pauline Cosmetics, a Kenya-based beauty company which produces a range of products such as lipstick, eye shadow and makeup brushes.