Siyanda Mohutsiwa How young Africans found a voice on Twitter
What can a young girl with an idea, an Internet connection and a bit of creativity achieve? That's all Siyanda Mohutisiwa needed to unite young African voices in a new way. Hear how Mohutisiwa and other young people across the continent are using social media to overcome borders and circumstance, accessing something they have long had to violently take: a voice.
Fred Swaniker The leaders who ruined Africa, and the generation who can fix it
Before he hit eighteen, Fred Swaniker had lived in Ghana, Gambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe. What he learned from a childhood across Africa was that while good leaders can't make much of a difference in societies with strong institutions, in countries with weak structures, leaders could make or break a country. In a passionate talk Swaniker looks at different generations of African leaders and imagines how to develop the leadership of the future.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Want to help Africa? Do business here
We know the negative images of Africa — famine and disease, conflict and corruption. But, says Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, there's another, less-told story happening in many African nations: one of reform, economic growth and business opportunity.
George Ayittey Africa's cheetahs versus hippos
Ghanaian economist George Ayittey unleashes a torrent of controlled anger toward corrupt leaders in Africa — and calls on the “Cheetah generation” to take back the continent.
Patrick Awuah How to educate leaders? Liberal arts
Patrick Awuah makes the case that a liberal arts education is critical to forming true leaders.