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South Africa Leads with 14 Honourees in Forbes Africa 30 Under 30

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Forbes Africa recently unveiled its highly anticipated 30 Under 30 list for 2024, showcasing the brightest young talents across the continent.

This year’s list reflects the remarkable diversity and innovation present in various industries, ranging from technology to beauty.

The list underscores the emergence of certain African countries as hubs of innovation and entrepreneurship, driven by the unique socio-economic landscapes within these nations. These individuals are shaping their respective industries and contributing to Africa’s impressive economic growth on the global stage.

South Africa leads the pack with 14 honourees, including notable names like Ann-Kathrin Joos, Ama Qamata, and Damian Willemse. Nigeria followed closely behind with five honourees, including Fireboy DML and Victor Osimhen, while Kenya boasts four representatives, including Alex Mativo and Ayushi Chandaria.

Other countries featured on the list include Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Sierra Leone, and Uganda, each with their standout talents making significant strides in their fields.

Overall, the Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 list for 2024 serves as a testament to the continent’s burgeoning talent pool and its potential to drive innovation and economic growth on a global scale.

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