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Entrepreneurship in Africa

Phumlani Nkontwana

This study looks to explore stories of locals in Rwanda, Ghana and Kenya in order to make sense of lived realities of efforts toward momentum (sustained traction) and maturity (intensity and depth) in entrepreneurship across the continent. Using a narrative-based research approach through SenseMaker®, the study aims to empower locals with a tool to voice out their experiences and perspectives on current entrepreneurship issues with the hope to inspire policymakers and practitioners with useful signaling insight on how and what to leverage of existing development projects (adjacent possible) for social change. 


Bridging Decentralized Energy Planning with Neigbourhood-level Innovations in Cities of Africa: case studies from Kampala and Stellenbosch

Phumlani Nkontwana