13-year-old O’Neil Shallangwa wants to Improve the Saving Culture in Nigeria

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O’Neil Shallangwa is a 13-year old entrepreneur resident in Nigeria. He is the founder of iSave Nigeria, a commercial venture that sensitizes people on the importance of financial independence and discipline with the use of modern and creative handmade wooden boxes. iSave Nigeria was founded in July 2018, initially motivated […]

Meet Silas Adekunle, the Nigerian Robotics Engineer and Creator on MekaMon, the World’s First Intelligent Gaming Robot

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As many African countries are catching up with the technological advancement of developed nations, Nigerian-born Silas Adekunle is taking over the robotics world with a groundbreaking innovation. Silas Adekunle is a Nigerian inventor technology entrepreneur. He was born and had some of his education in Nigeria before relocating to the […]

Meet Clarisse Iribagiza, Co-founder of HeHe Limited, a Rwandan Mobile Technology Company

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Clarisse Iribagiza is the CEO of HeHe Limited, a top mobile technology company in Rwanda founded in 2010. HeHe limited develops innovative technologies that enable businesses to optimize their operations and reach their audience faster, conveniently and at an affordable rate. It is now at the forefront of the mobile […]

Saran Kaba Jones, CEO of Face Africa is Providing Safe Drinking Water in Liberia

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In accomplishing Africa’s development goals, water is crucial. This is primarily because Africa faces endemic poverty, food insecurity and pervasive underdevelopment, with a number of African countries lacking the human, economic and institutional capacities to effectively develop and manage their water resources sustainably. Saran Kaba Jones is a social entrepreneur […]

Zimbabwean Graphic Designer, Ndumiso Nyoni is celebrating African Women through striking geometric shapes, illustrations and vibrant colours

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African art describes the modern and historical paintings, sculptures, installations and other visual culture from native or indigenous Africans and the African continent generally. The art world continually evolves by the day, and many African artists now use their talents to explore unique subject matters. One of these artists is […]

See How Yaye Souadou Fall is Transforming Used Tyres to Treasures in Senegal

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Just like several African countries, Senegal faces the challenging issue of waste management. For this reason, old used tyres are usually burned to extract the iron they contain. Due to her interest in environmentally-friendly technology, Yaye Souadou Fall could not help but notice how her community was littered with tires […]

Meet Idris Sandu, The 22-year-old Ghanaian Tech Genius Behind Uber, Instagram and Snapchat

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It is quite laudable that a handful of African youths are impacting the world in different fields and are breaking geographical barriers. Iddris Sandu was 10 years old when he started learning programming on his own for two years before he got spotted by a designer from Google, who offered […]

Ecopreneur, Thato Kgatlhanye is Making Solar-Powered Plastic School Bags for Kids in South Africa

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For most students who live in the suburbs of South Africa, when the final school bell rings each afternoon, it doesn’t just signal the end of another day of learning, but it also marks the beginning of an arduous trek along busy and dangerous roads to get back home in […]

Meet Ikenna Ubah, the Founder of Ubabio Energy Solutions, a Nigerian Company that Converts Waste to Energy

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In Africa, most times we do not take cognizance of the potentials inherent in waste materials. However Ikenna Ubah a 28-year-old Nigerian chemical engineer has been able to identify a whole new product that could be found through the usage of readily available waste to produce affordable and environmental-friendly briquettes […]

Nthabiseng Mosia is Providing Clean and Affordable Energy for Sierra Leonean Communities through EasySolar

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For most countries of the world, especially on the African continent, one of the biggest challenges is the affordability of clean energy. This was what prompted Nthabiseng Mosia and her co-founders to establish EasySolar to tackle the challenge¬† of unclean and unaffordable energy. Nthabiseng Mosia was born in Ghana and […]