Tutu's Children

Mema Beye: 'Brokering win-win deals'

Can he use his business success to help him set Africa on a route to positive change?
Last Modified: 17 Jan 2013 14:27
Mema's work sees him brokering business agreements between farmers and retailers [Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera]

Mema Beye is a Johannes-based business deal broker from Mali.

"We can change which road our nations take."

- Mema Beye, a business deal broker

Mema's work across the private and public sectors sees him brokering win-win business deals, between farmers and retailers.

But it might not be as easy to please his fellow participants in the Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellowship programme.

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