Djembe Insights

Having worked extensively with private, government and public sector organizations in Africa, we have gathered significant insight and understanding of the African markets. This intellectual property helps us to build an accurate picture of how the African story is unfolding: from the challenges faced by African entrepreneurs, the impact of COVID-19 on media consumption, to the complex relationships between citizen, government, and multinational organizations.

Djembe Insights provides us with a platform to share these insights so that all stakeholders invested in Africa’s future can benefit from the knowledge and intelligence that we have of this extraordinary continent.

Djembe Insights Report on news consumption amidst COVID-19

As COVID-19 has unfolded, regular updates from national governments, the World Health Organization and other bodies have dominated the news agenda. We wanted to explore how the coverage of an event that has changed the course of history and affected the entire world’s human population, continues to impact how people consume news, how they interact with each other on social media platforms and how they feel about what they are being told from traditional sources. The changes in attitude towards and consumption of news during the age of COVID-19 has profound implications for how organizations engage with key stakeholders within the context of the new norm.

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FORBES INSIGHTS REPORT JOB CREATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

This report sets forth a framework for approaching the most important economic issues for Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The analysis and commentary of the report is derived mostly from those who are central to sustainable job creation—young entrepreneurs who are starting and running businesses within the continent.

Through analysis of data from 4,000 people between the age of 16 to 40, the report discusses the value of entrepreneurs, the challenges and opportunities inherent to entrepreneurship in SSA, and in-depth insights garnered from each of the markets surveyed (Angola, Ghana, Mozambique and Nigeria).

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