What If Sign Language Could Be Heard? This Kenyan Techie Is Making It Happen With His ‘Magic Gloves’

Roy Allela’s six-year-old niece was born with a hearing impairment. Being one of the 34 million children worldwide that are estimated

This Kenyan Entrepreneur Literally ‘Brightened The Lives’ Of Poor People In Rural Communities As A Freshman

The name Evans Wadongo will undoubtedly remain engraved on the minds of many Kenyans for several years to come –

Nigerian Startups Secure The Maximum Number of Deals in Africa – WeeTracker VC Report 2018

The results are out and this year NIGERIA led the way with the maximum number of deals. As per WeeTracker’s 2018

Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Uber – This 21-Year-Old Ghanaian Techie Has Coded ‘Em All

Iddris Sandu was only 16 years of age and still juggling high school classes with other extra-curricular activities when he


This Egyptian Entrepreneur Is Creating Wealth From Garbage With The Help Of Local Farmers

Surmounting the countless hurdles and getting the better of the numerous obstacles that litter the road to entrepreneurial success in

From Classrooms To Boardrooms – How This Former Teacher Became The Richest Man In Algeria

It is common knowledge, albeit quite a disturbing one, that a significant proportion of the African population is caught up

No Power? No Problem! This Nigerian Engineer Is Making Ironing Possible Without Electricity

Have you ever wanted to look dandy and gilt-edged for an occasion, looking to rock your hairsplitting and genteel piece

Bridging the STEM Gender Gap in Lesotho: Mapharisa’s Girls Coding Academy Is Breaking The Stereotype

Some years back, the tech sphere was largely considered one area many females across the world had no business calling their

Cheap Electricity From Mimosa Extracts – Could This Nigerian Professor’s Invention Be The Answer?

The truth about commitment is that it does pay off. Years upon years in the academic field, lots of books

Now AI Can Detect Breast Cancer In Seconds, Thanks To This Ghanaian Teen

Prodigies are no longer alien to our world; we all like knowing about them and appreciate their efforts. In what