July 7, 2022
Edna Frimpong lost her job in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Her determination to succeed makes her join her father's shoemaking business; today, she brings in more cash than her dad.
She shares her future plans with Tales Of Africa and her determination to enter the business full-time upon completing her degree program.
The Instagram handle of her business is @fash_slippers.
Edna can be contacted on +233267393755
June 23, 2022
Meet Ephraim Ayite, the 28-year-old social entrepreneur who has built an app called "Revivestrong" that serves as a platform to help people living with epilepsy.
To download the app, click on the link below:
January 19, 2022
Meet Chukwuma "Gemdeconq" Ezeh, the young Nigerian man that became a millionaire with wheelbarrows.
He tells us his inspiring story from his lowly beginnings as a house boy to becoming the owner of a profitable wheelbarrow business.
He also advises young people on how they can start small but end up becoming rich!
December 23, 2021
We have a brief discussion with Lesedi Gaeemelwe. She's an author, teacher, poet and rapper. She tells us her journey and the inspiration behind her book titled 'Little Ngwana Stories' which has been translated to braille by the Mochudi Resource Centre for the Blind and is also being translated to other indigenous languages in Botswana.
October 28, 2021
Meet Arnold Nyendwa, the 24-year-old Zambian who built a device that would become Africa's first stainless steel stove, capable of using LP gas, electricity and solid fuel. This stove avoids high exposure to respiratory diseases like Asthma through the use of charcoal and firewood.
September 10, 2021
Meet Hlumelo Nyaluza, the 29-year-old South African entrepreneur who has built a social media app called HN CitiPages that allows users to post text, images, video, audio and also allows for voice status updates.
The app trended number one on Google Play Store's trending list and is valued at over $280,000 in less than a year of its existence.
Download the Android app from the Google Play Store download link: https://bit.ly/37LpMRX
This is an app by Africans for Africans!
August 30, 2021
In 2013, Harrison Okene spent close to 72 hours underwater, in total darkness, after his vessel capsized 20 miles off the coast of Nigeria and sunk to the bottom of the sea. He was discovered alive by divers sent to recover dead bodies.
He briefly tells his story about what happened, how he survived and his outlook on life since the incident.
August 5, 2021
Today in our studio we interview Ibrahim Mahama, a young Ghanaian who sold artwork for $1 million and used the money to acquire 6 aeroplanes that he has converted to art studios!
He tells us about his journey, the challenges he has encountered and how young people can follow in his footsteps.
July 28, 2021
If you are an African creative then tune in and hear from Endi Ziki, a young African Entertainer and Showbiz Entrepreneur who tells us how African Content Creators can make it in such a competitive industry.
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June 15, 2021
The Rethinking Africa Summit will provide a veritable platform for young Africans to amplify their voices by advocating for youth inclusion into policies that affect them, enabling them to tell the new African Story, and creating endearing and innovative solutions that work.
Click on the below to apply: