The Digital Transformation of Business

How digital tech can help get Botswana's female entrepreneurs back in business

Increasing digital literacy will bring more business opportunities for women in Africa. Image: UNSPLASH/Annie Spratt

Mary-Jean Nleya

Advisory Board member for Youth Combating NTDs, a writer for The Global Communiqué, and an associate fellow, Royal Commonwealth Society

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