4 young African entrepreneurs changing livelihoods in the continent

The 5th Anzisha Prize has just announced 4 young innovative Africans changing their community and through entrepreneurship. These young entrepreneurs impressed the judges with their innovative ideas, business acumen and social impact of their businesses. Chris Kwekowe, 22 (Nigeria) Founder, Slatecube Slatecube is an online platform that gives young people relevant skills in over

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22 year-old entrepreneur wins Sh2.6M Pan-African Anzisha Prize

Chris Kwekowe, founder of Slatecube, has been announced the overall winner of the 5th Anzisha youth entrepreneurship award. The judges were impressed by Slatecube which offers a job-relevant skills learning platform and job placement services. Chris won the $25,000 (Sh2.6M) Grand Prize while Cameroonian fintech entrepreneur Fabrice Alomo walked away with $15,000.

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23-year old Strathmore student running a successful entertainment business

Stephanie Angela Wanjiku Kimani is an ambitious entrepreneur and at just 23 she has had multiple achievements under her belt including owning her own thriving business. Stephanie will graduate with a Bachelor of Business Science in Financial Economics (BBS-FE). At the moment she is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) level

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