The fifth annual Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 list, was officially announced last week in a Special Issue of Forbes Africa for July.
The list features 120 young African change makers in each of the four categories – business, technology, creatives and sport.
Here is a list of 7 Zimbabweans who made it to the 2019 list.
Kim Jade is a media personality, model and MC based in South Africa. She has signed endorsements with renowned brands like Revlon, Coca Cola, Accesorize.
He is Radio and Tv Host, Fashionista, Content Producer and Public Relations Consultant. He founded a Public Relations and consulting agency company called Paperbag Africa.
He runs a company that offers incineration services to hospitals, clinics and funeral parlours in Zimbabwe. The company once won a contract to dispose of confidential electoral documents for the EU Observation Mission. Besides running that company he also employed as an auditor.
A Zimbabwean based in South Africa,she runs a consulting and business development and growth form in South Africa. His company launched an accelerator to help young people start and run viable businesses.
Shoriwa Shaun Benjam
Shoriwa is a geek who co-founded a company that provides ” ICT solutions such as mobile apps, websites and systems, cloud servers and video production”.
Wilford is a founder of a FordOlutions which provides “simplified practical training on the applications of robotics using NXT Lego robots for SMEs, private businesses, and government organizations in Zimbabwe”.
Melissa is the founder of three organisations, all in the digital space. Hive Incorporation is her online fashion store and CryptoGem is her bitcoin trading platform.