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Change Your Game., 7 Apr In the programme this week
• Profile: Wing it Nairobi is proud to be Kenya's first and only wings only fast food joint. Started and run by Paul Kihiko, Wing It has two restaurants in the Galleria and The Hub shopping malls in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. • Last month SAB Kickstart Ignite, the South African Breweries entrepreneurship programme announced winners of its 2016 edition of the initiative. The entrepreneurship programme supports the development of young innovators who are makers and creators of viable business concepts, ideas or products. We speak to is Nirishi Trkamjee the SAB Corporate Affairs Director. • The fourth Model African Union conference recently took place in Johannesburg, South Africa. African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU) is an annual leadership conference for young leaders around Africa and across the world, simulating the activities of the AU. We speak to Faith Abiodun the Founder and Director of the African Leadership Academy Model African Union. • The 2017 Local Government Tourism Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa under the theme - tourism planning is everybody's business, provided a platform for the South African government and various stakeholders to meet and plan. To find out more about the conference and state of small businesses in the tourism sector, we speak to the South African Minister of Tourism, Tokozile Xasa. • Mazars, the integrated and independent international organisation specialising in audit and advisory services, has revealed the findings of its latest study titled - Unleashing Africa’s Corporate Innovation Potential: Navigating intrapreneurship and open innovation paths across the continent. We speak to Abdou Diop the Managing Partner of Mazars in Morocco. • During the Global Entrepreneurship Conference (GEC) which took place in Johannesburg, South Africa, a host of African business leaders discussed the critical role of technology in the growth of African economies. Andile Tlhoaele, founder of Inforcomm (INC), was one of the speakers at the event on hand to share his business knowledge based on years of experience with local and international IT & Telecoms companies in South Africa and across Africa.