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Over the ceturies migratory trend has been on the rise with many countries witnessing an increase in the flow of migrants across the planet.
Most of these immigrants have sort means of survival in their new destinations, since the means of employment have proven difficult for migrants in their host countries, one of the easiest ways to survive is by turning to entrepreneurship.
Therefore, while thriving to survive through this medium, African immigrant entrepreneurs are faced with obstacles that dwindles their progress.
With the continuous rise in migration and very little academic literature on the challenges African immigrant entrepreneurs faces, gave a perfect opportinity for this study.
This book, therefore provides an exploration of the challenges African immigrant encounter in carrying out their business operations in the host countries.
The analysis of the data on this topic should help shed some light on the challenges African immigrant entrepreneurs face, and should be especially useful to scholars, academics, researchers, government departments responsible for migration policies, the communities and the business community.
Bernard Lama Ngota is a PhD student in the Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University and an educator working with the Department of Education in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
He is also a junior researcher with about three articles written on African immigrant entrepreneurs.
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