Going Energyless – How A Final Year Project Trip Birthed A Fridge That Works Without Electricity

A group of final year college students of Environmental Engineering were on a project trip to a village in the

Making A Mark In Ethiopia: Meet The Unsung Hero Who Gave Life To Africa’s First Waste-To-Energy Plant

Sometime in August last year, Ethiopia became the first African country to erect a fully-dedicated waste-to-energy facility. The Reppie Project,

Aliens In Nairobi? Africa’s First 3D Video Game Was Made In Kenya And Look Who Put In The Work Solo

Wouldn’t GTA or Call Of Duty be that bit interesting if it had some jam by Sauti Sol playing in

How A Frustrating Airport Blackout Might Just Inspire A Solar Revolution

In what was a storied career in the corporate scene, Richard Awuor was always on the move – jet-setting and


Made-In-Ghana Aircraft – The Brothers Who Are Looking To ‘Pull Off A Wright Brothers’ With Scrap From Their Own Backyard

Somewhere in Ghana, a dynamic duo is on a mission to touch the sky, and quite literally too. In a

An Entrepreneur In Cameroon Is Making It Possible For People To Exercise And Generate Electricity While At It

At this moment, award-winning Cameroonian entrepreneur, Bongajum Lesley Ndzi, might be considered the toast of everyone in his homeland, and

He Barely Survived Drug Poisoning – Now This Nigerian Has Bagged USD 113 K For Fighting Fake Medicines With AI

Fast rewind to 2004 and there you have a certain undergrad hanging on for dear life in his sophomore year.

How This South African Entrepreneur Is Gifting Visually-Impaired Persons With The Power Of Sight

Of all the senses, sight is probably the most valuable, and losing it completely could prove quite challenging – something

This ‘Smart Jacket’ Is Smart Enough To Save The Lives Of Children In Uganda And Beyond

Before Brian Turyabagye scribbled his name in the annals of African tech innovations with his groundbreaking invention; a biomedical smart

How A Mugging Incident Led To An Innovation That Could Save Lives In Kenya And Beyond

It’s that time of the semester and students are running helter-skelter. And yes, you guessed right: exams are nigh! It’s