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After discovering his high school had a faulty sewer system, Mwasaru and his classmates receive a grant from Innovate Kenya to create a biogas digester. Greenpact provides renewable solutions across Africa. The twenty-year-old speaks at the IDEALS conference.
After abandoning her plans to become a dancer at Julliard, Shekhinah auditions for "Idols," a singing competition in South Africa. "Back to the Beach" reaches number one on the charts; "Rosegold" wins female artist, record, and newcomer of the year at the South African Music Awards.
Abe attends the Kampala Art Biennale in Uganda where she showed work the previous year. Other exhibitions include galleries in New York and Cape Town; the artist creates work around sexuality and feminism incorporating female anatomy as a common thread. Indigogo explores issues of identity.
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Meet three of Africa's biggest game-changers under the age of 30: a 19-year-old Kenya entrepreneur, a singer/songwriter in South Africa and a Ugandan visual artist.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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