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Afropreneurs: Meet the Designer Reinventing Nigerian Workspaces

Remi Dada's Spacefinish is shaking up design to create futuristic work environments for African companies

In the digital age when a fancy rectangle in our pockets can find us whatever we want, customize it and deliver it to our door, it's odd that the same thought process isn't also applied to physical space. Why does every parking lot feel exactly the same? Can waiting rooms be designed to make time pass more quickly? How can we bring these new standards of personalization into the areas where we live our lives?

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The Stories You Need to Know: Nigeria's Wealth Inequality, Ugandan Sim Cards and More

From Nigeria's billionaires to Ugandans getting their sim cards verified, here are the stories you need to know.

DIASPORA—The New York Times has come under fire for referring to Sarah Baartman, an enslaved South African woman from the 1800s who was forced to perform in freak shows due to her large buttocks as "a Kim Kardashian of another era."

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Afropreneurs: This Startup Is Helping Millennials Find Hassle-Free Apartment Rentals

Whose Your Landlord is the company helping young adults navigate America's ever-changing housing market.

Afropreneurs: How These Coworking Spaces Navigate Ghana's Startup Ecosystem

The growth of Ghana’s startup community and expansion of resources signals that the Black Stars are on the rise.

Afropreneurs: This Company Is Introducing Ethiopia to the Ease of Food Delivery

We speak to the founder of Deliver Addis on the challenges the company has faced as Ethiopia's first food delivery service.

Afropreneurs: This Company Is Bringing Luxury African Fashion Under One Roof Online

Meet the brain behind ONYCHEK—an ecommerce company using African fashion to foster job creation and culture preservation through fashion.

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Afropreneurs: These Fly Beanies & Hats Help Protect Your Hair In Style

Meet Grace Eleyae—the force behind the hair protecting Satin-Lines Caps who wants to empower women of color to look and feel beautiful.