FOR a man worth an estimated US$30.3 billion net, Jack Ma can sound as cheerful as a funeral. “In the next 30 years,” he told a conference of entrepreneurs in Zhengzhou, China, “the world will see more pain than happiness.”
I KNOW little of Africa. When it comes to its leaders, among the names that I can easily recall are the revered Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu and the notorious Idi Amin and Robert Mugabe. But have you ever heard of Seretse Khama?