A growing interest from buyers and collectors is changing the economics of investing in African art.
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With a growing African middle class, there's a rising demand for luxury goods like cigars.
Ursula Pais runs a Mozambique supermarket, but it's a challenge in a country hit by economic crises.
Epifania Stella Ernesto-Gove, in Maputo Mozambique, has turned her hat making hobby into a business.
Lagos in Nigeria is struggling to cope with the rapid growth and the infrastructure challenges.
Nigeria is a major oil producer but also has huge gas reserves that local firms are now developing.
Fashion boss Folake Coker says consumer perceptions about African-made fashion are changing.
Nigerian Kennedy Ekezie, who’s 19, is starting a world tour visiting 20 cities in 12 weeks to find the best young Africans for his organisation - Africave. It's a talent-development enterprise that seeks to develop Africa's elite young talent and combat negative stereotypes. (Kennedy Ekezie receiving the Queen’s Young Leaders Award from Queen Elizabeth in Buckingham Palace. Credit: British Ceremonial Arts Ltd.)