New Economy Accelerator (NEA) hosts dialogue series NEA discusses the future of cities with Prof Edgar Pieterse Cape Town, 4 November 2015 – The New Economy Accelerator, a programme supporting enterprises that service or operate at the base of the pyramid (BoP), on Thursday 22nd of October held yet another successful dialogue about the role […]
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Green Innovations and Entrepreneurship in South Africa: The role of SMMEs New Economy Accelerator (NEA) hosts dialogue series NEA discusses green innovations and entrepreneurship with Mr William Hugh MD of Impahla Clothing (Pty) Ltd Cape Town, 17 November 2015 – Last week Thursday 12th November, the New Economy Accelerator, a programme supporting enterprises that service […]
The New Economy Accelerator, the enterprise acceleration programme for base of the pyramid (BoP) solutions, on Thursday introduced its 2015/16 cohort at a cocktail reception in Cape Town. Aimed at enterprises with new economy
NEA announces the 10 startups targeting or operating at the Base of the Pyramid in SA program BoP business acceleration program convened by the African Centre for the Green Economy (Africege) and supported by Stichting Doen (Doen Foundation) and New Economics Foundation (NEF). Cape Town, 16 September 2015 – The African Transition To A New […]
The New Economy Accelerator (NEA) aims to activate local economies in South Africa to build an inclusive and prosperous society. Social and environmental high impact startups serving the low income or BoP sector stand a chance to be a part of the NEA programme that aims to accelerate the growth of such enterprises. The programme […]
One of the key highlights of US President Barack Obama’s visit to Kenya last week, was the spotlight it placed on the importance of entrepreneurship, whilst co-hosting the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). The occasion drew some of the world’s most high profile investors and budding entrepreneurs from the continent.This is a clear recognition of the investment […]
The vulnerability of Africa to climate change and it’s interlinkages to poverty and food in-security are well documented. Africa’s growing population and a declining agricultural productivity, presents a major challenge to the continent’s development propects. There is a need to develop strategies that can support sustainable increase in agricultural productivity to generate wealth and build […]
On 13th October 2014, Africege delivered a keynote presentation on implementing green growth approaches in Mt Elgon ecosystem, Lake Victoria river basin. This meeting which was organised by the Lake Victoria River Basin Commission (LVRB), brought together key stakeholders both from Kenya and Uganda and included government officials, private sector and farmers. Lake Victoria is the […]
On the 1st of October 2014, a report by AFRICEGE on climate change adaptation in southern Africa was launched by His Royal Highness, Prince Seeiso Bereng Seeiso of the Kingdom of Lesotho. The launch too place during the 2014 FANRPAN Annual High Level Food and Nutrition Security Multi-stakeholder Dialogue which was held from the 29th […]
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