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Tanzanian food entrepreneur understands the value of branding

"Do not despise small beginnings. Start where you are and with what you have."

Rwandan industrialist always hunting for the next big business idea

"You can never be too young to make money. Age is just a number when it comes to business."

Three business lessons from the journey of health club CEO Tumi Phake

South African entrepreneur Tumi Phake is the founder of Zenzele Fitness, a company which operates fully-equipped in-house health clubs at large companies.

WATCH: CNBC Africa interview

Joining CNBC Africa’s Jill de Villiers on Talking Books is Jaco Maritz who compiled the book HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA.

Embrace conflict and remain focused: Business tips from top Nigerian fintech entrepreneur

Nigerian entrepreneur Chijioke Dozie is the co-founder of OneFi, which provides short-term loans through its Paylater mobile app.

HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK on CNBC Africa

Jaco Maritz interviewed on CNBC Africa's Talking Books show.

Radio interview with Kaya FM's Thuli Magubane: Five business lessons from top African entrepreneurs

Jaco Maritz, primary author of HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK, appeared on Kaya FM with Thuli Magubane to talk about the book.

Business insights from top Ghanaian architect

Nana Akua Birmeh is the founder of Ghanaian architecture firm ArchXenus – one of the largest and most awarded firms in the country.

Five successful African food entrepreneurs who are hungry for more

How we made it in Africa: The book includes the stories of five businesspeople who’ve started food-related companies. We take a brief look at each of their companies.

Radio interview with the legendary Bruce Whitfield: The backstory of HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA

Jaco Maritz, primary author of HOW WE MADE IT IN AFRICA: THE BOOK, appeared on The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield to talk about the book's backstory.

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

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