Baratang Miya is not only a Social entrepreneur, she is currently the Managing Director of Uhuru Spaces a Cultural Innovation Coworking space, and the CEO of GirlHype - a coding school for women and girls that offers free and paid coding courses, events, advises companies on tech talent processes and procedures, and manages an eco-system for female developers.
This serial entrepreneur who’s passionate about people and technology, is on a quest to build a better world. In 2018 Kyle resigned from his company to pursue an ambitious idea that he believes has the potential to eradicate avoidable poverty in our lifetime. And so Vollar was founded.
Dr Tinashe Mutsvangwa is enthusiastic about changing the landscape of healthcare in Africa and is the Lead of a research group called Medical Image-based Inference and Distributed Diagnosis (Mi2D2), which focuses on the development and use of low-cost medical imaging solutions, particularly for resource-limited settings.
Adewale Adejumo, or Wale as he prefers to be called, is the Founder and Managing Director of Zasttra - one of the fastest growing online retail stores in South Africa.
An entrepreneur, with a postgraduate degree in Marketing, Finance, Banking and Investment, has been recognised a number of times for his business acumen and ‘forward-thinking’, this includes being selected as Destiny MAN’s 40 under 40 Entrepreneurs (2017), The Young Independent Newspapers 100 Young Innovators in South Africa of 2017, and one of Nedbank’s 25 young future change-makers in South Africa (2015).
Recognised as one of the 100 Brightest Young Minds in Africa, Cindy Mkaza-Siboto is the co-founder of Emagqabini Education Academy, an educational non-profit organisation operating in Site B Khayelitsha.
The organisation - which was established to assist young people from the township through academic support, mentorship and career planning- started off assisting 15 learners and today supports more than 100 young people.