Entrepreneurship in Africa: A Study of Successes

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - African Continent 1
  • I - West Africa 13
  • 2 - Nigeria and Ghana 15
  • 3 - Côte D’ivoire, Senegal, Etc. 39
  • References Cited 47
  • II - Southern Africa 49
  • 4 - Zimbabwe, Botswana, Etc. 51
  • 5 - South Africa: Clothing, Youth Culture, Auto, and Home 71
  • 6 - South Africa: New Era Enterprises 91
  • References Cited 108
  • 7 - South Africa: Food and Travel Industry 109
  • 8 - South Africa: Heritage and Tradition 125
  • 9 - South Africa: the Media, Reviews, and Issues 137
  • References Cited 156
  • III - East Africa 157
  • 10 - Horn of Africa 159
  • 11 - Kenya and Tanzania 171
  • References Cited 192
  • 12 - Uganda 193
  • IV - Central Africa 215
  • 13 - Central African Republic, Gabon, Chad, and Cameroon 217
  • References Cited 225
  • 14 - Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Angola 227
  • References Cited 244
  • V - North Africa 245
  • 15 - Egypt 247
  • References Cited 256
  • 16 - Arab Maghreb Union 257
  • VI - Africa’s Future 265
  • 17 - Entrepreneurs, Leaders, Technologies, and Plans 267
  • References Cited 283
  • 18 - Conclusions 285
  • Index 293
  • About the Author 299
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