This years' nominees showcase new breakthroughs in public health burdens, smart solutions for farmers and dynamic energy initiatives.
There are two types of invader: the digital giants and the ankle-biters.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution – how technology can be a sweet game-changer for African agriculture
Ghana’s CocoaLink provides farming, social and marketing information to cocoa farmers but also gives core messaging on issues like child labour
“One a scale of one to ten for innovation, I would give us a two,” said Safaricom CEO Collymore, much to the surprise of the audience
Somaliland set to become first country in the world to use iris-recognition software in an election!
Innovation spaces are a big deal. There are currently 220 maker spaces, tech hubs and innovation spaces in Africa according to Fab Lab.
The year so far: Here are the 10 Africans who've done impressive things, that you must have dinner with
Those that dare to dream big...from Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria, Kenya, Morocco, DR Congo, to Senegal.