The Inspiring Story Of Sibusiso Mogale: With No Arms, He Became A Swimmer, A Farmer, And Even An Actor
Born in Mpumalanga province in the eastern part of South Africa. Sibusiso Mogale is a South African farmer, Paralympics World Champion, and actor who was born with no hands. Mogale was raised single-handedly by his mother due to his father being in jail.
Roy Allele: The Kenyan Inventor Who Invented Smart Gloves That Auto-Translate Sign Language Into Speech
Roy Allela is a 28-year-old Kenyan inventor and software engineer who invented smart gloves that convert sign language into audio speech.
O’Plerou Grebet, a self-taught graphic designer from Ivory Coast has created more than 300 emojis illustrating traditional and modern-day Africa
Meet Nzambi Matee: The Kenyan Woman Turning Plastic Wastes Into Bricks ‘Seven Times’ Stronger Than Concrete Bricks
A 29-year-old Kenyan woman named Nzambi Matee is turning tons of plastic waste trash generated in Kenya into super durable, lightweight bricks that are five to seven times stronger than concrete bricks.
The inspiring story of Conty Fonane: The man who built a full-scale classic 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 entirely out of wire
A Lesotho-born, South African wire art solo entrepreneur, Conty Fonane made headlines after he built a full-scale classic 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 entirely out of wire.
Arthur Zang is a Cameroonian IT specialist and inventor of Cardio Pad, Africa’s first computer tablet to diagnose people with heart disease.
Meet Iddris Sandu: The 25-year-old Ghanaian Tech Genius And The Brainchild Behind Uber, Snapchat And Instagram
Iddris Sandu is a 25-year-old Ghanaian tech genius who is responsible for algorithms that have made Uber, Snapchat, and Instagram what they are today.
The inspiring story of Evans Wadongo: The Kenyan who designed the first-ever African-designed solar lamp
Evans Wadongo is the Co-Founder and CEO of GreenWize Energy Ltd., Kenya. Evans Wadongo made headlines at the age of 19 when he designed the first-ever African-designed solar lamp made from recycled materials.
It was created in the Democratic Republic of Congo by a 24 years old Desire Kabengela. Desire is a student of electro-mechanics at the higher institute of Applied techniques in Goma.
First launched in 2013, this traffic regulating robot has made life easier for the people in the city of Kinshasa, because many of the motorists in the city admitted that the robot works effectively and even they prefer it to its human counterpart.
Tela Michael Jolade is a Nigerian human calculator who can divide, add, subtract, multiply and even do square and cube root of any numbers either big or small.
Meet Samuel Aboagye: The 18-year-old Ghanaian who built a wooden, solar-powered electric scooter from scratch
Samuel Aboagye is a young inventor from Ghana who has built from scratch an electric scooter powered by solar energy. The young Ghanaian prodigy told news outlets that he made known that the scooter was made to help disabled people in Ghana. Samuel made it known in a video with BBC that the inspiration behind this is that he wanted to help disabled people, so that they can move easily with the scooter without needing their legs for control.
Not All Heroes Wear Capes – Meet Sam Kodo, The Togolese Who Built Low-cost Computers For Students In Togo
While he was at the university, Sam Kodo found it hard to have easy access to a computer that he could use in doing his assignments. So with this problem, Sam came up with the idea of building his own computer and making it less costly compared to a standard computer, because he believed there are also many students like him who are also going through the same challenge like his and thus building something like this will make access to computers easier for these students at an affordable price. He sells his computers for just US$90!
From Surviving A Horrific Plane Crash To Becoming An Internet Sensation: The Inspiring Story of Kechi Okwuchi
To me beauty has little or nothing to do with anything on the outside, because I believe our real beauty resides deep inside of us. After a huge escape from death by surviving a plane crash, Kechi Okwuchi has definitely qualified for being an amazing beauty of Africa.
It’s no longer news that Nollywood is Africa’s biggest screen when it comes to film production and for this, the industry also stands among the biggest in the world.
At a time when our world is really fighting hard with ecological problems rising from the trash we discarded or dumped either in the oceans or any other places, many people and organisations are promoting awareness on how we can save our planet from these problems and one major maxim used in this sense is to reuse and recycle.
How many of the African talents can we count, when on a daily basis many are born across different corners of the continent of Africa. Being one of the largest continents in the world, Africa also homes a greater number of talented people from different works of life.