Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2023

The Anzisha Prize is Africa’s biggest award for her youngest entrepreneurs aged 15 - 22 years, and hands out over USD $140,000 every year in business support and prize money to very young entrepreneurs from all over the continent.

2023

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How To Manage Teams As A Young Entrepreneur, Solving A Problem

Meet Noreen Mutavhatsindi, a young entrepreneur who embodies the spirit of achieving greatness through her passion and determination. From the moment she began to speak,...

Young, Gifted and Green: Meet Mathias Yabe

Global food waste poses a significant challenge for farming communities across the world, especially in regions like Africa and the global south. This issue...

Kyanda’s Founder on Overcoming Challenges & Finding Success: Tips for Young Business Owners

From the time he was a young boy, Collins Kathuli had a dream, a bold vision fuelled by determination. Collins set out on a...

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2023

Ryan Andriamahery

About Ryan Ryan is a visionary entrepreneur and co-founder of Haute Ecole d'Informatique (HEI), empowering...

Amanda Patience

About Amanda Amanda is a visionary entrepreneur and the co-founder of Zuk Technologies. She is...

Alessio Brito

About Alessio Alessio developed a keen interest in entrepreneurship at the tender age of 16....

Ibnou Khayri Ismael BA

About Ibnou Ibnou is the dedicated founder of Afrique Online, overseeing its operations and ensuring...

Zenobia Wooduwa Asmah

About Zenobia Zenobia, a final year student at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana,...

Déyélin Gilles Bossa

About Déyélin Déyélin is a dedicated entrepreneur and trained agronomist specializing in cassava production and...