Entrepreneurship 

In Zimbabwe, a female led artisanal start-up sculpts Nguni cowhide into couture fashion
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Africans rising In Zimbabwe, a female led artisanal start-up sculpts Nguni cowhide into couture fashion

Nomakhosazana “Zana” Ncube based in Bulawayo – the arts capital of Zimbabwe runs a start-up, which sculpts Nguni cowhide into couture fashion. Zana is the Creative Director of A Tribe Called Zimbabwe, an artisanal fashion enterprise that is moulding ornaments out of hides thrown away from beef abattoirs. 

Forbes Africa 2019 #30Under30 list
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Africans rising Forbes Africa 2019 #30Under30 list

The Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 List features 120 of Africa’s brightest achievers under the age of 30 in four categories: business, technology, creatives and sport. The list celebrates pioneers who are building brands, creating jobs, innovating, leading, transforming and contributing to new industries and ultimately impacting positively on the continent.

Prepclass is the entrepreneurial story of trying until you succeed
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Africans rising Prepclass is the entrepreneurial story of trying until you succeed

Entrepreneurship is difficult even when a concept is sound. Many entrepreneurs have had to pivot and make a fundamental change to their business if their product or service failed to meet the needs of the intended market. This is the tactic that Obanor Chukwuwezam and Ogunlana Olumide, the co-founders of Prepclass, had to employ to make their company thrive.