FORBES AFRICA 1
VOLUME 2 NUMBER 5CONTENTS — JUNE 2012
Page 14PHILANTHROPIC ENTREPRENEURBUILDING A LEGACY
Ater taking UBA to extraordinary heights,Tony Elumelu has set his sights on growing Arica’s entrepreneur base.
BY TOLU OGUNLESI
Page 48DYNASTY DREAMSNO SHRINKING VIOLET
Hlamalani Ndlovu proved hersel as a shrewd businesswoman when she took over theamily business at just 26.
BY SIZA KOOMA
Page 82AGAINST ALL ODDSSCORING A LIFE GOAL
A serious heart condition did not preventNigerian-born ootball legend, KanuNwankwo, rom making his mark.
BY MUYIWA MOYELA
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12 BRIEF 360°
| CRISIS 1, GOVERNOR 0
When the global fnancial crisis hit Kenya in 2009, Central Bank governor Proessor Njuguna Ndung’u oundhimsel helpless and suering his worst day.
BY LUKE MULUNDA
26| THE TALE OF A PEN, A SPOON AND AN EMPTY POCKET
A journalist-turned-restaurant owner started up the hard way, in a country ar rom home, ater an epiphany in the newsroom.
BY ABISOLA OWOLAWI
34| WE WON’T LET IT HAPPEN HERE
Arica is on the threshold o a urious debate over racking: the destructive hunt or gas could easethe continent’s energy shortage. In the ront line are the armers o the Karoo.
BY IGA MOTYLSKA
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COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY HAROLD DANIELS FOR FORBES AFRICA;RETOUCHING BY THE VANILLA RAIN CREATIVE