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Forbes: 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Africa 2015

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Meet 30 of Africa’s brightest and most inspiring young entrepreneurs: today’s upstarts, tomorrow’s moguls. Below is a preview of three of them, we will introduce all of them in more detail in the coming few weeks.

  1. Anda MaqandaSouth African Founder, AM GroupMaqanda, a 29-year-old South African entrepreneur, runs one of the country’s fastest-growing engineering companies. The AM Group, which he founded in 2008 and owns completely, is a multi-faceted provider of engineering solutions, focusing mainly on Engineering Consulting, Design and Construction of Electrical Overhead Power Lines, Renewable Energy, Automation and Research and Development.
  2. Iyinoluwa AboyejiNigerian Founder, AndelaAboyeji, 23, is a co-founder at Andela, a global talent accelerator that trains young intelligent Africans to be world-class developers and then connects them with top employers around the world looking for top technical talent.
  3. Clarisse Iribagize, Rwandan Founder, HeHe LtdIribagize, 26, runs Kigali-based mobile technology company HeHe Limited, which builds custom mobile applications for businesses, provides 24/7 online and offline support and cloud storage services.