Since 2000, millions of African children have benefited from better access to education.
Cybercrime poses a serious threat to families of wealth.
Growth in Africa's tech sector has been stratospheric in recent times.
In most countries around the world, family businesses are between 70 and 95 percent of all business entities.
What drives the giving and philanthropy of Africa’s wealthiest usually comes from their spiritual capital.
Founders and incumbent leaders have the responsibility of legacy building.
In recent years, the global wealth sector has seen an upward trend in family offices.
One of the strengths of family businesses is their ability to create roots similar to trees that embed them in the space they are in.
Some of the strongest groups of family businesses are grown in the Indian-African communities.
Africa’s wealthiest made their fortunes by investing in industries like manufacturing, retail, telecoms, mining and oil.