Social enterprise restaurant founded by Jamie Oliver closes
Oliver said he was 'surprised and saddened' by the closure and the team had done an 'amazing job'
Kenyan scientist builds with bottles to beat plastic pollution
'Eco Blocks and Tiles' is the first company in Kenya to manufacture roof tiles and other construction materials from plastic and glass waste
Britain's do-good businesses expect election certainty to create opportunities
'Securing a large majority should allow the government to forge ahead on issues that affect the country's social enterprises,' said Kevin Armstrong, policy lead at UnLtd, a British charity
When did you last see an African video game hero? asks Kenya's Usiku Games
A Kenyan firm offers games with subtle messages on themes like conservation, climate change and culture
Half a million Ebola vaccine doses to be stockpiled for emergency use
HEALTH-EBOLA/VACCINE (UPDATE 2, PIX):UPDATE 2-Half a million Ebola vaccine doses to be stockpiled for emergency use
Ebola vaccine doses to be stockpiled for emergency outbreak use
HEALTH-EBOLA/VACCINE (UPDATE 1, PIX):UPDATE 1-Ebola vaccine doses to be stockpiled for emergency outbreak use
FEATURE-Death and debt: ethical companies find ways to tackle funeral poverty
The average cost of a funeral in Britain is over £3,500, with many grieving families going into debt to lay their loved one to rest
Dining and Down Syndrome, a winning combination for Brussels restaurant
The restaurant was set up by four entrepreneurs with backgrounds in cooking and social care. It serves up high-end French-style food in the Belgian capital's hip Chatelain district.
EXPERT VIEWS-Wanted: 'wings to fly' as do-good business tests new heights
Experts share views on how social entrepreneurship has evolved in the past few years and what should happen next
OPINION: The ice age of capitalism is starting to thaw
The pursuit of a more accountable form of capitalism is neither a coincidence nor altruism, but survival instinct.