Author Archive: Anzisha Team
Water isn’t just a universal solvent. Water is a universal human right. This is a fact we not only forget more often than not; but, also tend to ignore, quite subconsciously so.
nother trait that entrepreneurs have in abundance is passion. If they’re going to be in their business for the long haul, they will have to be passionate about their enterprise.
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Chris is a young MIT/Harvard trained innovative Ed-Tech entrepreneur from Nigeria. His venture, Slatecube, aims at developing young African talents into world class professionals for today’s distributed workforce.
Young Nigerian and co-founder of Slatecube, Chris Kwekowe, emerged winner of the $25,000 grand prize of the 5th edition of Anzisha Prize.
Eight of South African Entrepreneurs have been featured on the list of 2017 Forbes Africa 30 under 30.
Alain Nteff, né à Bamenda en 1992, est ingénieur en informatique de l’École Polytechnique de Yaoundé et cofondateur de Gifted Mom qu’il a créé en 2013.
As a college student in Johannesburg, South Africa, Thato Kgatlhanye, thought up a clever product to improve both the environment and the lives of school-age children living in the struggling, largely rural communities that surrounded her: a backpack made of recycled plastic bags with a solar-charged light attached.
21-YEAR OLD KENYAN ENTREPRENEUR LAUNCHES SAFI PADS – AFFORDABLE REUSABLE SANITARY PADS FOR LOW INCOME WOMEN
In 2013, 21-year-old Kenyan entrepreneur Barclay Paul Okari noticed problems caused by the unavailability of sanitary pads for teenage girls in the rural settlements of Western Kenya, Eastern Uganda and Southern Sudan. So, he decided to make a product that was half the market price of commercial sanitary pads on the market.