Listen And Subscribe
Black Enterprise - Intros
This episode features two phenomenal minds in business enterprise: Zimbabwe-born Brian Mushongera who is business development for Code4Kids and his outfit uses the lockdown during Covid-19 to create a digital meeting application: room.sh and Nike Anani Nigerian, UK-raised next-generation business coach, mentor, and co-founder of Africa Family Firms. They both share authentically about the current situation for African businesses, they delve deeper in addresses social issues such as black lives matter, gender-based violence, the role of men from Brian’s perspective in South African beyond and in Nike’s instance the legacy she is leaving with her young sons from Nigeria to the world. This episode was particularly personal to me as I share my father’s legacy and how a social enterprise, Urithi, is the best way I also know how to pass on skills, talents, and knowledge to the now-generation of young doers. - Episode Links Brian Mushongera | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/brian-mushongera-82ab33154 Code4Kids: www.getcode4kids.com | Room.sh: https://room.sh Nike Anani | website: www.nikeanani.com Africa Family Firms: www.africanfamilyfirms.org My father's legacy: www.eagamor.com/urithi Urithi: www.urithimedia.com - www.4irAfrica.co | @4irAfrica_ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/4irafrica/message
About Unpacking Africa
Award-winning multimedia journalist & digital aficionado E.A. Gamor hosts conversations from Tech to Arts and Culture. @eagamor shares resources while exploring ecosystems in our communities and figuring out issues pertaining to the African continent. @4irAfrica_ Access more episodes, subscribe, and learn more.