Africapitalism is a economic philosophy that the African private sector across 54 countries must play a critical role in the economic transformation and development of Africa.
Tony Elumelu Foundation CEO, Parminder Vir, says African businesses have grown dependent on government for job creation and now it is time for them to play a central role.
Parminder was part of a panel that looked at the vision for entrepreneurship at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) currently underway at the Sandton Convention Centre.
We have to change mindset, we want to create future job creators and not job seekers.— Parminder Vir, Tony Elumelu Foundation CEO
Listen to the interview with Parminder Vir for more on what entrepreneurs need to do...