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From Uganda, on this month’s FORBES AFRICA cover, are the Madhvanis who lead diversified global businesses. In a rare interview, Uganda’s biggest sugar producers discuss the intricacies of their businesses and ensuring that there is generational continuity. In line with generational legacy; this month, 25 years ago, South Africa had its first democratic elections and we take time to reflect on victories and failures over the years. The nuanced conversations are critical; however, cautious optimism fuels the nation. Super model and global icon who is Nelson Mandela’s “honorary granddaughter,” Naomi Campbell celebrates the continent in her exclusive interview with FORBES AFRICA. For those who want a closer relationship with nature but don’t want to let go of their creature comforts, glamping offers the best of both worlds. Imagine having a butler while camping. All this, and more, in the April edition of FORBES AFRICA.
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