What African business leaders think about fintech

Recent research has shown that Africa’s fintech ecosystem has surged 60% in the last two years with $320 million in funding raised since January 2015. In 2018, 210 African tech startups raised $334.5 million. Nigeria led the investments in 2018 with 58 startups raising $94,9 million, followed by South Africa with 40 businesses that raised […]

Fairlady Feature

Homecoming Revolution CEO Angel Jones spoke to Fairlady about the midlife crisis that turned her NPO into a moneymaking business, the firm’s headhunting work across Sub-Saharan Africa and why many South Africans abroad are still making the decision to return home despite the unstable political and economic climate.

‘Data on S.African brain drain not current’

In an April 2019 episode of the Money Show on talk radio 702, host Bruce Whitfield explored why South Africa’s economy was ”in trouble”. ”Brain drain” – the long-term departure of skilled people from a country – was part of the discussion. ”For every one professional immigrating to South Africa, eight professionals are leaving our […]

Sunday Tribune: Why South Africans are leaving the country

South Africans with skills are leaving the country. Their reasons include better career opportunities as well as political and economic stability. Statistics from the Department of Home Affairs showed that in 2017, eight South African professionals left for every skilled foreigner who entered the country. The report estimated that over half a million South Africans […]

Faye Tessendorf appointed Managing Director of Homecoming Revolution

JOHANNESBURG –  Executive Headhunting Firm Homecoming Revolution is delighted to announce the appointment of Faye Tessendorf as Managing Director. Homecoming Revolution is a boutique recruitment firm specializing in recruiting and placing globally experienced African talent across the continent. Faye has been a key member of Homecoming Revolution’s leadership team since August 2015. She previously worked […]

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