The Best Social Entrepreneurship Articles – 2013

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 Africans have sent their kids to school to gain knowledge that would help solve their problems, but the kids never fulfilled that promise.

They betrayed the hope, and preferred to go to work for the banks and international organizations, leaving their people crushed by a fast changing world they lack the knowledge and skills to deal with.

Sending remittance won’t save Africa. Africa need more your brain than your money.

Here are the best articles we have written during the last months regarding ordinary people problems in Africa and social entrepreneurship.

#1.

Ordinary People Problems In Africa

#2.

Where is the problem?

#3.

Invest in Understanding

#4.

Don’t Help Me! Work With Me

#5.

Kill The NGOs, Chase The Charlatan Experts, Be Wary Of IMF & World Bank

#6.

Association of Black Owned Companies

#7.

How to Teach Only with Hands and Change the World!

#8.

63 Quotes Only Smart People Understand

#9.

It Takes A Network To Beat A Network

#10.

Who is the President of Switzerland?

#11.

Why Africans Don’t Read, And Why That’s OK!

#12.

The Manuscript Lost in Accra

#13.

Should we change the definition of Capitalism?

#14.

My Great Hope About Africa

#15.

African Students in Finland: 7 Ideas for Business in Africa

#16.

How I Keep Getting Lucky All The Time!

#17.

The New Rich in Africa!

#18.

Startups: Prescription BEFORE Diagnosis is Malpractice!

#19.

The Craziest Recruitment Tactics You’ve Never Heard Of

#20.

5 Images For the Naive African!

#21.

Forget the Web or the Mobile, Radio is the Biggest Media in Africa

#22.

The Top 10 Fears of African Diaspora About Africa

#23.

The Mosquito Fraternity

#24.

Sequoia Wisdom for First Time Entrepreneur

#25.

A Model to Predict Failure

#26.

Africa Top 10 Problems: Not the ones You were thinking about!

#27.

The Truth about Africa Immigration: Where do they Go?

#28.

The Only Thing Dark about Africa is Your ignorance: Best TED Talks on Africa

#29.

We Need More Makers, Not More Pitchers

#30.

In God We Trust, All Others Bring Data

#31.

The Best Quora Questions & Answers for Entrepreneurs

#32.

The Danger of Silicon-Valley Driven Startup Mania in Africa

#33.

Africa Drama: The Working Poor and The Rich Subalterns

#34.

Close the Incubators and Accelerators, Open FabLabs and MakerSpaces instead

#35.

Life Lessons for the Female Entrepreneur

#36.

Return to Africa without leaving Europe or the United States: Lessons from Dr. Olofunmilayo Olopade

#37.

The Prototyper Mind: How Successful Entrepreneur Think

#38.

How to Prepare and Return to Africa: Lessons from Rivolala Ratsimandresy, Founder of MALANDY

#39.

Get Funding for Your Ideas: Try Grants and Subsidies

#40.

Video Marketing: How to Tell Your Story and Sell Your Business With a Video

#41.

The Most Subtle Way to Praise People and Win them Over

#42.

5 Things Every Aspiring Entrepreneur Should Know

#43.

Will a Pan African University of science, technology and innovation be Successful?

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About Mawuna KOUTONIN

Mawuna Koutonin is a world peace activist who relentlessly works to empower people to express their full potential and pursue their dreams, regardless of their background. He is the Editior of SiliconAfrica.com, Founder of Goodbuzz.net, and Social activist for Africa Renaissance. Koutonin’s ultimate dream is to open a world-class human potential development school in Africa in 2017. If you are interested in learning more about this venture or Koutonin’s other projects, you can reach him directly by emailing at mk@linkcrafter.com.

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