In FORBES AFRICA in April… the taxi driver who became a billionaire. Sudhir Ruparelia rode tough times, sold property and once turned down Gaddafi. Africa’s new ‘it girl’ Lupita Nyong’o, who learned to act in Nairobi and is cleaning up in Hollywood. The high price of justice in the Oscar Pistorius trial. How Nigeria could emerge from the dark. Also Rwanda’s remarkable rise from the ashes, 20 years on from the genocide. Plus, why this woman wants to die on Mars. All this and more in FORBES AFRICA in April.
In the April/May issue, FORBES WOMAN AFRICA explores the experiences, struggles and achievements of a variety of female entrepreneurs across Africa. We talk to the founders of Wiphold, the pioneers of women’s investment and empowerment in South Africa. Also in the issue, an exclusive with former South African Olympic swimmer Princess Charlene of Monaco, and a report on the creative convergence at the Design Indaba in Cape Town. Plus all the regular features such as fashion, books and sport.
Forbes Life Africa opens up a new platform for debate and expression on the rich stories of everything from lifestyle and sports to the arts. From cigar lounges in Nairobi and music for the masses to the millionaire as a consumer, the publication will highlight the continent’s wealth, youth, action and vitality.