Unleash Africa Podcast 2019-01-23T07:46:51+00:00

Unleash Africa Podcast

The Unleash Africa Podcast is a monthly podcast featuring an in-depth analysis of economic opportunities and challenges facing African countries. It focuses on the full spectrum of socio-economic-political affairs of the nations of the continent. It will analyze and expound on development techniques that will create millions of jobs in African countries by changing the manner in which African countries have traded with the world.

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Cutting Out Corruption in Africa

Perhaps the biggest deterrent and most widely known theme of when people think about Africa is the corruption that exists. Corrupt political and business deals with foreign countries pad the pockets of those at the top while stunting the growth of the respective country.

How Focused Leadership Can Help Solve Political and Economical Problems in Africa

Throughout history, leaders with the big ideas that would help reshape the world, were only able to manifest these ideas by having extreme focus. Focus, combined with wanting to empower and inspire others, helped embolden them into the history books for impacting the success of their country.

How African Leaders Can Redirect Government Funds to Fuel Economic Growth

Poor government leadership and spending has been a detriment to the economic development of African countries for far too long. Government funds need to be invested into promising companies that create sustainable economic growth.

Finding Levers That African Countries Can Pull To Stimulate Economic Development

Finding Levers That African Countries Can Pull To Stimulate Economic Development
Entrepreneurship and capitalism are the tried and true driving forces behind sustainable economic development. African countries cannot hope to build an economy around natural resources or aid from other countries; these can be supplemental factors but never the backbone for economic prosperity.