Read stories from the Anzisha Prize team and the ecosystem that supports and champions entrepreneurship of very young entrepreneurs across Africa.
Young CEO invents navigational technology for the blind
Twenty-two-year-old Khaled Shady is the Egyptian entrepreneur behind Mubser, an invention that assists the blind and visually impaired to identify and navigate around everyday...
21-year-old Tanzanian talks about her soap manufacturing business
Twenty-one-year-old Domitila Silayo is the founder of Jatropha Soap Production in Tanzania, which produces handmade soap with medicinal uses. Domitila Silayo The idea of producing Jatropha...
How Cape Town-based Funda wants to change the way we learn
Just a few hours before I sat down for an interview with Kola Olajide, his company Funda signed a US$100,000 deal with a top...
How Laetitia Mukungu started her own farming business at the age of 14
Laetitia Mukungu is not your average teenager.
Putting the Ease in Finding Property (TheNewAfrica.info)
Malawian entrepreneur Gonjetso Moses Chinyama is just 21 years old, yet he already founded his own company. With the online platform Pakwathu he wants to make...
Malawi-based entrepreneur has big plans for property listing site Pakwathu
Gonjetso Chinyama is a young entrepreneur based in Malawi. His advice to other budding entrepreneurs is to not be afraid of failure.
Malawian included in Top 25 young entrepreneurs from around Africa
The Malawi Voice covered Gonjetso's inclusion in our Semi-Finalist round in 2013. Read the full article here.
Anzisha Fellow Amr takes the stage Youth@Work
Anzisha Fellow Amr takes the stage at the Youth@Work Conference
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