Entrepreneurship in Africa is like an obstacle course. The obstacles to this effect are of different kinds: an unfavorable business environment, heavy administrative formalities, a difficult political context, as well as the weight of culture and society. However, Africans will have to arm themselves with more courage to face the problems linked to entrepreneurship, the stakes are high. Thus in the majority of African countries diversifying their traditional sources of income, entrepreneurship is increasingly seen as a key to economic growth. … Today, entrepreneurship is one of the most sustainable tools for job creation.
We therefore go through this category, to discover these young Africans who are launching themselves, with a spirit of creativity, willy-nilly in the entrepreneurial sector.