FellowsAnzisha Prize Announces Top 20 Very Young African Entrepreneurs as part of...

Anzisha Prize Announces Top 20 Very Young African Entrepreneurs as part of 10th Year Celebration

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2022

Noreen Mutavhatsindi​

About Noreen​ As a final-year student at the University of Witwatersrand, Noreen Mutavhatsindi was inspired to...

Abubakar Sadick Fuseini

About Abubakar ​ Abubakar is a 22-year-old entrepreneur who is currently studying Technology in Procurement and Supply...

2021

Oluwadamilola Akinosun

About Damilola​ Damilola Akinosun is passionate about designing products and experiences. The 22-year-old Nigerian has...

Rebecca Taboukouna

About Rebecca​ 22-year-old student and entrepreneur Rebecca is originally from Niamtougou, a town in northern Togo. She is...

2020

Abdelouahab Toukkart

Abdelouahab Toukkart developed his innate strong entrepreneurial skillset from his father. Abdelouahab left university and spent most of his teenage years helping his father while taking up part-time students.

Aseitu Olivia Kipo

Aseitu describes herself as a passionate and resilient emerging community developer and an agripreneur. Growing up in a rural community in Ghana, Aseitu witnessed the majority of people in her community malnourished. Consequently, she relentlessly sought ways of supporting the people of her community with healthy foods whilst creating employment. This led to the start of her entrepreneurial journey and the birth of Kobaa-Ok-Enterprises.

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