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Below you’ll find the official press release for this year’s awards process getting underway. Please feel free to take this and post it on your own blog or website if…
We’re happy to announce that French versions of our application form are now available. Please go to http://www.formstack.com/forms/anzisha-2013FR from any computer or mobile phone to apply in French if that is…
Anzisha Prize Tour is rolling through Africa and the first stop is Tanzania. Over the course of the last week I’ve been in Dar Es Salaam spreading the word about…
The Anzisha Prize Information Sessions Tour for 2013 has begun, and our team are in Tanzania this week.
This year we’re doing our best to make sure that people can apply as easily as possible.
20 YEAR OLD ANDREW MUPUYA – Uganda’s first paper bag producer – wins $30,000 USD Anzisha prize award
On August 29th, 2012, at The Venue in Sandton, Johannesburg, 20 year-old Andrew Mupuya of Uganda was announced as the Grand Prize Winner of the second annual Anzisha Prize
This Monday, 20th August, thirteen 2012 finalists selected from a competitive initial pool of 270 entrepreneurs from around the continent will be announced!
We:Built Africa is a project that merges great design with community needs. In this video Ada – founder shows her feature product the carry-go table.
Anzisha Fellow Amr takes the stage at the Youth@Work Conference