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Open your mind to Africa’s Opportunities or be left behind
A new way for you to experience the dynamic people, innovation and opportunities for collaboration that exist in Africa
Inioluwa Bankole
MSc Management, Global Management Studies, Ryerson University
Inioluwa recently defended her Master's thesis entitled “Recognition of opportunity for internationalization in Sub-Saharan Africa: An attention- based perspective”. Watch our interview to find out what she learned about Canadian senior managers' ability to recognize opportunities in Africa…

Q: What city in Africa would you like to travel to…outside of Nigeria?
A: If I were to pick any city, I would pick Accra [Ghana]…

Dakar, Senegal
The setting of Africa's first film by and for Sub-Saharan Africans
Borom Sarret depicted the day of a cart driver in 1963 - only a few years into Senegal's independence. Shot by the "Father of African Cinema", Ousmane Sembène, this film broke open a new space for an African dialogue around post-colonial realities.
Abidjan, Côte d' Ivoire
Headquarters of Africa's Multilateral Development Bank
The African Development Bank Group was created in 1963 to promote economic and social development spearheaded by Africans. It's membership now comprises 54 African countries and 26 non-African countries.
Accra, Ghana
Headquarters of the world's biggest trade bloc since the WTO
Accra hosts the African Continental Free Trade Area Secretariat; this agreement is projected to increase intra-African trade by 33%. Trade was due to commence on July 1st 2020 but has been postponed due to COVID-19.

We hosted Accra's Mayor Adjei Sowah at a virtual roundtable on food security - click the button below to watch!
Durban, South Africa
The world's greenest city
In 2019 Durban was rated as the world's greenest city by the Husqvarna Urban Green Space Index. It won the categories of highest percentage of urban areas covered by grass and highest percentage of urban green space.

We hosted Durban's Councillor Sipho Kaunda at a virtual roundtable on food security - click the button below to watch!
Kigali, Rwanda
Pioneering climate action and citizen health with Car Free Day
Twice a month, Kigali holds Car Free Day where citizens are encouraged to gather and engage in physical excercise. This practice has also been adopted by cities in neighbouring countries.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
The political capital of Africa
Addis Ababa is the original site of the Organisation of African Unity established in 1963. It was succeeded by the African Union, a continental institution that comprises the 55 member states that make up Africa.
Cairo, Egypt
Site of Al-Azhar University, one of the world's oldest
Al-Azhar University was established in 970 AD and became a centre of Islamic learning. It is the only university in the Arabic world to successfully transition into a modern university.
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