Africa is home to some of the best entrepreneurs that this continent has to offer to the world. Some of the world’s fastest growing economies are found in Africa; powered by great and transformative minds, most of whom are young entrepreneurs. The rich diversity of the African business talent is evidenced in the fact that these entrepreneurs have vested in virtually all fields ranging from manufacturing to engineering, hospitality, technology, as well as general business. Here are some of the notable accomplished African entrepreneurs.

Sangu Delle Of Ghana
Sangu Delle is a 28-year old chief executive officer of Golden Palm investments. The entrepreneur owns the investment company which has diverse investments in other sectors, including real estate, agribusiness, technology, and the healthcare sector. The Harvard Business School graduate has a Master in Business Administration degree and has diverse investments in Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria.

Isaac Oboth Of Uganda
Isaac Oboth is a 26-year-old chief executive officer and owner of Media256, a film production company based in Uganda. The entrepreneur has successfully weathered numerous social-economic challenges to successfully manage Media256, which serves numerous corporate clients, including Coca-Cola, UNDP, USAID, Marie Stopes International, Africa Leadership Academy, and African Leadership Network.

Nick Kaoma Of South Africa
Nick Kaoma is a 29-year-old South African entrepreneur who is also the chief executive officer of his company, Head Honcho Clothing. The entrepreneur, who is also a certified public accountant, has invested in the fashion and clothing industry and has successfully created his clothing empire that dominates the entire continent.

Edose Ohen Of Nigeria
Edose Ohen is the founder and owner of Alpha O&O Networks, a full-fledged wireless internet service provider that connects homes in Nigeria with internet and other diverse digital solutions. Edose also owns a gourmet doughnut cafe with locations in Houston, Texas, which has a remarkable record of performance.

Clarisse Iribagiza Of Rwanda
Clarisse Iribagiza is a 26-year-old businesswoman with top-notch knowledge in computer engineering and information technology. The Kigali-based entrepreneur is the chief executive officer at Hehe Limited, a leading African mobile technology company. Clarisse also focuses on providing young African entrepreneurs with necessary mentorship and access to finance to nurture their entrepreneurial investments.