Category: Clinton Mutambo

Bulawayo: The Detroit Of Africa Gets A Digital Infusion

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Bulawayo: The Detroit Of Africa Gets A Digital Infusion

The city of Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) was once a regional manufacturing powerhouse. An extensive railway network coupled with bustling factories and skilled labour churned out everything from clothing to locomotives. The unfortunate and ongoing political crisis that has defined Zimbabwe for over a decade, didn’t spare this historic city. Overnight, whole factories shut down as factors […]

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#BordersMustFall: An Open, Prosperous & Connected Africa Is Worth The Fight

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#BordersMustFall: An Open, Prosperous & Connected Africa Is Worth The Fight

As the clock ticked towards 01:00 AM on Sunday the 30th of January, Esaja’s business development lead and I were at Beitbridge border post watching a horror movie unfold. Arguably one of the 5 busiest in Sub-Saharan Africa, Beitbridge links South Africa to Zimbabwe and the rest of Africa. $5bn worth of official trade flows […]

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Forbes Africa 30 under 30: Esaja.com’s Clinton Mutambo

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Forbes Africa 30 under 30: Esaja.com’s Clinton Mutambo

We got a pleasant surprise in this month’s edition of the Forbes Africa magazine . Our very own Clinton Mutambo is listed as one of Forbes magazine’s 30 under 30. Clinton is a big fan of Forbes Africa and the greater ABN collective that also includes CNBC Africa. According to him, “Pan African publications like Forbes Africa are […]

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Opinion: Esaja’s Clinton Mutambo Shares His Thoughts On Robots & Africa’s Youth

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Opinion: Esaja’s Clinton Mutambo Shares His Thoughts On Robots & Africa’s Youth

The Esaja.com founder’s guest post was featured in Ventures Africa, a leading African Business magazine. In it, Clinton shares his thoughts on how constant rhetoric about Africa’s demographic dividend ignores the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI). A robotic future will need less people to work in it…He goes on to opine his sentiments regarding how […]

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Trekking through Mozambique, Malawi & Tanzania

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Trekking through Mozambique, Malawi & Tanzania

I recently embarked on an epic journey covering 3 rising nations, 3 regions & 2 timezones. Prior to making the trip, I wasn’t sure of what to expect, the one thing I was mindful of was that it was going to be one heck of a long trip. And so it was that I set […]

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Esaja.com Recognised As A Kairos 50 Enterprise (2014-2015)

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Esaja.com Recognised As A Kairos 50 Enterprise (2014-2015)

Esaja.com has been recognised as a Kairos 50 (K50) company, claiming it’s place amongst the most innovative ventures from around the world created by entrepreneurs under 25 years old. According to Clinton Dale Mutambo; Esaja.com’s founder & Chief Esajan, “We’re elated to be recognised by as prestigious a collective as Kairos Society. Our journey has just […]

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