The Future Awards Africa

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: Titus Mawano, creating solutions to prevent business drop-out

Titus Mawano is the CEO at Ffene Ltd. At the age of 21, Mawano dropped out of school in his third year while studying Computer Science in Virginia Tech in the United States to create “Ffene”- a low cost business...

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: Evans, LED to light up Africa.

Evans Wadongo is the Co-founder and CEO of Greenwize Energy Ltd, a for-profit social enterprise that develops and deploys innovative renewable energy solutions for the African market, designed by Africans.

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: Emmanuel Flomo, Liberating Liberia in Slo-mo

Emmanuel N.B. Flomo is the founder and Executive Director of The Inspire Liberia Project

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: Cassper, the friendly host, entertaining Africa from the South

Nyovest dropped out of school at the age of 16 to pursue his musical career, started a group with his friends - Childhood Gangsta, which was later disbanded and launched his solo career

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: Samuel Malinga, the man cleaning up Uganda

SAMUEL MALINGA Samuel Malinga is a Ugandan citizen based in Kampala. He is the Founder and Managing Director of Sanitation Africa, and UN Young Leader for the SDGs. Samuel holds a B.Sc in Agricultural Engineering from Makerere University, Uganda. In...

#TFAASPOTLIGHT: From Mass to the masses

ommar Mass Taal, a 33 year old Gambian entrepreneur is the founder and Managing Director of Tropingo Foods, - a Gambian Agro Food Processing Company focused on dried fruit and nut exports. As a seasoned social entrepreneur; with over 11 years experience, starting his first company at the age of 17.

#TFAASpotlight: David Asiamah, championing a growth through Agro businesses

David Asiamah is the founder and CEO of the Agro Mindset Group of companies which comprises of the; Agro Mindset Organisation, Agro Mindset Farms, Agro Mindset Brokerage, Agro Mindset Logistics, Youth in Agriculture Support and the Ghana Young Farmer Awards.


Anne Kansiime is a Ugandan entertainer, comedian and actress. She has been referred to as "Africa's Queen of Comedy" by prominent African media outlets. Kansiime began her career in 2007, during her undergraduate days at the Makerere University in Uganda, where she performed drama skits for the theatre group “Theatre Factory” at the Uganda National Theatre in Kampala’s Central Business District.

#TFAAspotlight: Meet Vanessa Mdee, the singer with the ‘sound’ mind

I don’t know who needs to hear this but my mission is to be a light.

#TFAAspotlight: Duran De Villiers, shaping Africa’s aerial view

Duran De Villiers is the founder of ALTI UAS, which currently serves as the world’s leading VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) commercial unmanned aircraft manufacturing company. To date, ALTI has developed different sized rapidly deployable aircraft to match almost...
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