Spear’s deputy editor & head of the Spear’s research unit; a journalist who writes about wealth, business, culture and lifestyle, and has contributed to publications such as the Telegraph, Guardian, Wired and Esquire.
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The Nigerian tech start-up LifeBank saves lives by rapidly delivering medical supplies to those who need them most. Founder Temie Giwa-Tubosun explains how she built it
Diamond mining has revitalised Botswana – but elsewhere in Africa, some of the industry’s processes still lack clarity. By Edwin Smith
The former London Stock Exchange boss on the chances of recession, traders’ working hours and a burgeoning relationship with Saudi Arabia. Interview by Edwin Smith
As Chinese growth decelerates and Western economies slow to a crawl, investors of all stripes are asking the same question: Where will growth come from? Edwin Smith discovers that Africa could be the answer