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Rather than waiting to find a job, young people are staring their own businesses.
Tech entrepreneur has released a report documenting social media trends across the continent.
Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu launches online business, Republic of Leather.
Duma Works “does job matching for people”.
Green’Act aims to change habits by introducing recycling on school campuses.
“We are proud that we can make a product here which is entirely made from Kenyan handicraft.”
Social entrepreneurs are those with innovative solutions to society’s most pressing problems.
The West African country’s most promising technology companies.
At the age of 14, Neftaly Malatjie decided it was time to make a difference in his poverty-stricken community, Diepsloot.
“Co-working spaces are a breeding ground for innovation,” says CapitalSquare founder.
Her medical training stood Dr Betty Gikonyo in good stead to become CEO of The Karen Hospital.
“We as Nigerians always believe that foreign brands are better than locally made brands… which poses a challenge to us.”
“I was very frustrated seeing fellow youth who were not lucky enough to get an education suffering.”
“Gloo.ng is an outpouring of affection to my wife, and by extension, to all our target users,” says founder.
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