So This Is Why Strive Masiyiwa Was Dropped From Forbes 50 Richest Africans 2015 List

Seven people from last year’s list of 50 Richest Africans failed to make the cut this year. Currency devaluations, falling oil prices and stock dips were some of the factors that affected their fortunes. This year, the minimum net worth needed to make the Forbes list of Africa’s 50 Richest was $330 million, down from $510 million for the 2014 list. Zimbabwe's Strive Masiyiwa was among the 7 members from 2014 who failed to make it to the list of Africa’s 50 Richest this year and here the reason why;


Zimbabwean Born Lloyd Jusa Was Voted 2015's Best Sommelier In South Africa

Lloyd Jusa, sommelier at The Saxon Hotel flagship restaurant Five Hundred in Johannesburg, has been named the winner of the Wine Service Award at the 2015 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards held at SunExhibits Centre at GrandWest on Sunday 15 November.


Conversation With Pip Kembo; A Zimbabwean Music Producer Currently Making Waves In L.A

Zimbabwe is slowly positioning itself as a global music producer powerhouse with a burgeoning list of local names on song credits and album liner notes from overseas artists such as Drake, Beyoncé and Rita Ora to African superstars like Wizkid, Burner Boy, Casper Nyovest, K.O and Wande Coal. We caught up with Pip Kembo; a Zimbabwean producer currently making waves in L.A for a sit down. Below is our conversation with him.


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