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Full List Of Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 List 2018 – (Nigeria, South Africa)

Forbes goes into search of some of the brightest young entrepreneurs, leaders and billionaires of tomorrow every year to be featured in its 30 Under 30 list across the world.

Forbes Africa, in its 2018 Forbes under 30 list, and for the first time, had over 90 young individuals in the continent across three industries covering

  • Business,
  • Technology and
  • Creative in the list.

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In this article, is the list of the 30 Forbes Under 30 list of 2018.

Music stars such as Wizkid, Davido, Sarkodie, Nasty C, Cassper Nyovest, Falz, Yemi Alade also made the list.

BN Alum and founder of AsoEbiBella Ink EzeKene RapuGozie Coker of Coker Creative, and Bidemi Zakariyau of LSF|PR were also listed.

Fashion entrepreneurs Adebayo Oke-Lawal of Orange Culture and Tania Omotayo of Ziva Lagos; beauty entrepreneurs Anita Adetola Adetoye of Anita Brows, Joyce Jacob were also named; actress Beverly Naya also made the list.

Tech Entrepreneurs like Chris Kwekowe of Slatecube, Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi of SureRemit.

Full list of 30 Forbes Africa’s Under 30

Business

Technology

Creative

Yannick Nzonde, 29, DRC
Co-founder ATI Groupe 
Rivo Mhiari, 23, South Africa
Founder, Rikatec
Thuso Mbedu, 26, South Africa.
Actress.

Leroy Mwasaru, 20, Kenya
Founder, Greenpact

Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi, 27, Nigeria
Co-founder, SureGifts. Director, SureRemit
Maria Borges, 25, Angola.
Supermodel.

Ladipo Lawani, 29, Nigeria
Founder, L&L Foods

Isaya Yunge, 28, Tanzania
Founder, SomaApps Technologies Company Limited

Herieth Paul, 22, Tanzania.
Supermodel.Eddy Kamuanga Illunga, 26, DRC.
Painter.

Emmanuel Ademola Ayilara, 29, Nigeria
Founder, LanaWey Investment Limited 
Mahmood Oyewo, 26, Nigeria
Co-founder, RubiQube

Cassper Nyovest, 27, South Africa.
Rapper & Entrepreneur.

Mwiya Musokotwane, 28, Zambia
Founder, Thebe Investment Management
Kevin Lubega, 28, Uganda
Founder, EzeeMoney
Stacey Gillian Abe, 27, Uganda.
Multidisciplinary Contemporary Artist.
Nomvula Mhambi, 29, Zimbabwe
Founder, Disruptive Innovation

Berno Potgieter & Thatoyaona Marumo, 28, South Africa
Founders, Domestly
Yemi Alade, 29, Nigeria.
Singer & Songwriter.
Abubakar Sadiq Mohammed Falalu, 28, Nigeria
Founder, FalGates
Leonida Mutuku, 29, Kenya
Founder, Intelipro

Falz, 27, Nigeria.
Rapper & Actor.Orapeleng Moodutle, 29, South Africa.
Fashion Designer.
Roger Boniface, 29, South Africa
Founder, EDISIM
Chris Kwekowe, 25, & Emerald Kwekowe, 21, Nigeria
Founders, Slatecube

Nomzamo Mbatha, 27, South Africa.
Actress.

Gilbert Eugene Peters, 29, Zimbabwe
Founder, Spidex Media

Phiwa Nkambule, 26, Swaziland
Co-founder, Riovic

Kwesta, 29, South Africa.
Rapper & Entrepreneur.

Sihle Ndlela, 28, South Africa
Co-founder, Majozi Bros Construction

Sunkanmi Ola, 22, Nigeria
Founder, Syracuse Digital

Davido, 25, Nigeria.
Singer & Songwriter.

Vera Shaba, 29, South Africa
Founder, Shaba and RamplingGreen Building Solutions

Perseus Mlambo, 29, Zambia
Founder, Zazu Africa Limited 
Safia Elhillo, 27, Sudan.
Author & Poet.

Thomas Duncan, 28, Namiba
Owner, Anticor

Kola Olajide, 26, Nigeria
Co-founder, Bridge Labs
Joyce Jacob, 28, Nigeria.
Founder: Joyce Jacob Beauty.

Wesley Beneke, 29, South Africa
Founder, WCB Construction

Bamal Namata, 26, Cameroon
Founder, Maibeta

Shekhinah, 23, South Africa.
Singer & Songwriter.
Anita Adetola Adetoye, 26, Nigeria
Founder, Anita Brows Beauty

Nneile Nkholise, 29, South Africa
Founder, iMed Tech

Adebayo Oke-Lawal, 28, Nigeria.
Fashion Designer. Founder: Orange Culture.

Akinwande Durojaye, 28, Nigeria
Founder, JustBrandItFixMyRide. Co-founder, FueledUp; LashBells

Riaz Moola, 26, South Africa
Founder, HyperionDev

Wizkid, 27, Nigeria.
Singer & Songwriter.

Samuelle Dimairho, 27, Zimbabwe
Co-founder, Chengetedzai Depository Company
Leonard Stiegeler, 29, Nigeria.
Co-founder, Zanda, Jumia & Director Ringer Africa AG.

Koleka Putuma, 25, South Africa.
Poet & Author.

Joey Friedman, 26, South Africa
Founder, LA Group of Companies

Kofi Genfi & Nii Osae Osae Dade, 24, Ghana.
Founders, CYST Company Limited.

Nasty C, 21, South Africa.
Rapper & Producer.

Zuko Tisani, 25, South Africa
Founder, Legazy Technology Conferencing
Juan Pienaar, 27, South Africa.
Founder, Apex Media.

Beverly Naya, 29, Nigeria.
Actress & Entrepreneur.
Gisela van Houcke, 27, DRC
Founder, Zuri Luxury Hair&Beauty

Timothy Adeleye, 29, Nigeria.
Founder, Optiweb Communications.
Simphiwe, 27, South Africa.
Visual Artist.
Bidemi Zakariyau, 28, Nigeria
Founder, LSF|PR

Maya Horgan Famodu, 27, Nigeria.
Founder, Ingressive.

Rina Chunga-Kutama, 29, South Africa.
Fashion Designer.
Zareef Minty, 24, South Africa
Founder, ZRF HoldingsFred Apaloo, 28, Ghana
Founder, Villa Grace

Abraham Omani Quaye, 28, Ghana.
Founder, Farmart.

Kemiyondo Coutinho, 28, Uganda.
Playwright, Actress, Filmmaker & Entrepreneur. 
Kene Rapu, 28, Nigeria
Founder, Kene Rapu

Melvyn Lubega, 28, South Africa.
Founder, GO1.

Sarkodie, 29, Ghana.
Rapper & Entrepreneur.

Jack Mthembu, 27, South Africa
Founder, First One Adventures

Huston Malande, 28, Kenya.
Founder, Skyline Design.

Mapeseka Koetie-Nyokong, 29, South Africa.
Actress & Entrepreneur.
Reabetswe Ngwane, 25, South Africa
Co-founder, KreamFields 
Cukia Kimani, 26 & Ben Myres, 25, South Africa.
Founders, Nyamakop. 
Sonia Irabor, 28, Nigeria.
Writer, Filmmaker & Actress.

Anelisa Mntuyedwa, 28, South Africa
Founder, Gilbert Civils

Ink Eze, 28, Nigeria. (YAY!! BN Alum!)
Founder, AsoEbiBella.

Tony Gum, 22, South Africa.
Visual Artist.

Gozie Coker, 29, Nigeria
Founder, Coker Creative

June Syowia, 23, Kenya.
Founder, Beiless Group.

ANATII, 25, South Africa.
Producer, Writer, Director & Artiste.

Alexander Knieps, 27, South Africa
Founder, Printulu

Obinna Okwodu, 27, Nigeria.
Founder, Fibre.

Sasha Pieterse, 22, South Africa.
Actress & Singer/Songwriter.

Adam Amoussou, 27, Benin
Founder, Amosconsult Group

Abdellah Mallek, 28, Algeria.
Co-founder, Sylabs
Tania Omotayo, 26, Nigeria.
Model & Entrepreneur

Nataliey Bitature, 28, Uganda
Co-founder, Musana Carts

Yasmine El Baggari, 25, Morocco.
Founder, Voyaj.

Simba Mubvuma, 26, Zimbabwe.
Co-founder, Lexware Inc.

 

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Top 10 Refer and Earn Apps in Nigeria 2020

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Hello there! Do you want an extra source of income? Or, are you interested in making some cool cash without having to risk investing a start-up capital? Do you just want to make some more productive use of your mobile phone, in generating some cash for yourself? If your answer to any of these questions is YES, then you’ve got yourself an opportunity to achieve just that by following this article to the end! This article discusses in detail the top 10 refer and earn Aapps in Nigeria 2020.

In the following paragraphs, you’ll get to know about a few mobile apps which pays you just for referring others to use the app.

But before going through these apps, here are a few things I feel you need to note before you could start earning:

  1. You need to be a registered user of the applications.
  2. You’ll need some data particularly for installing and running the applications.
  3. Trying to earn an income from this apps is NOT a Get-Rich-Quick thing. The earnings from these apps are not always gigantic, although they could add up really quickly if you out in more effort.
  4. The earnings may seem so little at the first. But don’t be discouraged; the more the referrals you make, the more you earn.
  5. You don’t need any special skill to start and/or manage these apps or the referral process. You can simply use the traditional methods to get new referrals from time to time; and finally
  6. You can start right away!
Top 10 Refer and Earn Apps in Nigeria

Top 10 Refer and Earn Apps in Nigeria

Top 10 Refer And Earn Apps in Nigeria 2020

See some of the top 10 refer and earn apps in Nigeria 2020 below:

(1) SumoTrust Affiliate

SumoTrust affiliate is a refer-and-earn program by a Nigerian-owned financial oraganization named SumoTrust. They are an automated investment/savings, learning and finance management organization. They help users in effectively planning their money, as well as make wiser financial and business decisions. Users set savings goals, and work towards achieving them over their forecast time. They also have other options where you can fix your savings you don’t want to spend over a period of time.

But how does their affiliate program work?

All they want from you is to share a referral link gotten from your Affiliate Earnings section in the account which you have with them. Send it to your friends on various social media handles such as Twitter, WhatsApp, etc. and ask them to join Sumotrust.

For each successful referral that registers and saves up to seven thousand five hundred naira (N7,500), you earn six hundred naira on the go! You can reach them on sumotrust.com or download their app from your respective application store.

(2) Motute Affiliate

Motute is an education-based app in partnership with SumoTrust. Motute (a.k.a. Mobile Institute) is a learning and teaching marketplace which connects instructors in various fields from around the world to organizations, individuals or group of individuals towards imparting novel skills and knowledge in building better careers as well as gaining financial freedom.

To participate in Motute referral program:

  • Download the app from your respective stores
  • Register with them
  • Then tell your family and friends about buying a course with them.

For every sale you bring to Motute, they pay you 25% commission. There you go.

(3) VFD Microfinance Bank App

VFD Microfinance bank app is a financial institution that operates a little differently from your regular bank. VFD microfinance bank boasts of putting out “Nigeria’s first truly virtual bank,” V. The application is free, and there aren’t any hidden charges either for funds transfer within or outside VFD.

How can you make money through VFD Microfinance bank app referral program?

Veelager is a platform on V which allows you to make money through referrals to the bank. Refer 25 people to V app and get thirty thousand naira, provided they continue banking with VFD. But that’s not the highest they pay for referrals. The more you refer, the more you earn. It’s as simple as that.

(4) FairMoney App

Fair money lends money to borrowers. You could loan up to five hundred thousand naira from them, all depending on their assessment of your financial profile or history. As soon as your application is made and approved, you get your credit alert from the bank, of course, with terms and conditions which you’ll agree to.

However, whenever you successfully make a referral to the app, FairMoney gives you a five hundred naira discount. Does it look too little? Multiply that by twenty and see what you get. The choice is yours to make. 

(5) Cowrywise App

Cowrywise is a financial organization, just like VFD which allows customers to save, invest and get interests over a period of time at interesting rates. Their savings and investments also come with security just as you’ll find in traditional commercial banks.

As a form of encouragement to customers towards referring others to them, Cowrywise rewards her customers. You could earn up to five hundred naira per referral as a Corporate ambassador with Cowrywise.

(6) Luno App

Luno app deals in different types of cryptos, especially etherium and bitcoin.  The app could also be used for savings, apart from trading.

For every referred user that purchases BTC worth five thousand naira, Luno rewards you with two hundred and fifty naira worth of bitcoin. Like I’ve always said, the more the referrals, the more you earn.

(7) JumiaPay Nigeria

JumiaPay, as you may already have guessed, is a subsidiary of the renowned ecommerce platform, Jumia. JumiaPay is a free online payment app that allows you to recharge your phone, book a ride, order your food, or even pay utility bills.

When you invite anyone to use the app, JumiaPay pays you N500 when your referrals spend above the same amount using the app. There you go.

(8) Carbon App

Next on our list is Carbon App. Carbon App, formerly known as PayLater, is a nice app for investing money, making loans or making payments.

Carbon App does not charge you for transactions done on the app: interesting if you asked me.

In a means of providing more earning platforms for its customers, Carbon app pays five hundred naira per referral when the referred repay their first loan.

(9) Branch App

Branch is an online lending platform that provides loans to customers. They offer loans ranging from N1, 500, up to N150, 000.

On every referral you make, Branch pays both you and the referred N500.

(10) Piggyvest App

And last but not the least, is Piggyvest App. Like Cowrywise, Piggyvest allows you to save, invest and earn interests over time.

When you make referrals, and they complete their profile, you earn N1000 on each referral. Multiply that by fifteen and see how much you’ve got.

There you have it: various applications which pay you for just making referrals via your social networks. The choice is now yours to make: will you take it or will you leave it? Make a move today and earn by just referring people – friends, family, even strangers to use any of these apps today!

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Top 10 Blockchain Startups in Nigeria 2020

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Over the years, modern technology has been dominated by companies based in first world countries. However, technological resources shouldn’t be located exclusively to a minute part of the world. In reality, the possibility of technology invading every sphere of human endeavor with its potentials can only be achieved when tech resources are distributed globally, as well as their use in helping local populations who are already showing a degree of commitment to improving their developing communities. More so is the advantage of knowing which of the crypto companies to invest in and how. With this list of the top 10 Blockchain Startups in Nigeria 2020, you can never be wrong in your choices!

In Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, a number of blockchain startups are growing to meet the need for a cryptocurrency-thirsty populace. This is regardless of the fact that cryptocurrencies are not yet accepted legal tender in the West African country. Between April and June this year (2020) alone, $34.4 m was transacted in Bitcoin in Nigeria, the largest share on the continent. As stated by Usefultulips, South Africa followed behind with $15.2 m; Kenya with $7.8 m; Ghana, $ 640,000 and Tanzania $600,000.

It should not be alarming, therefore, that useful platforms through which cryptocurrencies are traded are springing up in handful places around the country.

Of all these platforms, I bring to you those that I consider the top 10 of Blockchain startups in Nigeria. See them below:

Top 10 Blockchain Startups in Nigeria 2020

(1) Quidax

Co-founded in 2016 by Uzo Awilli and Buchi Okoro, Quidax allows its users to freely purchase as well as sell cryptos in their local currency. Trading in Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin, Litecoin alongside other cyptocurrencies can be easily done on Quidax.

(2) BuyCoins

Provided by Bitkoin Africa, BuyCoins was founded in 2017 by Timi Ajiboye, Tomiwa Lasebikan and Ire Aderinokun. BuyCoins has a funding of $120,000. Users on BuyCoins have the opportunity to buy and sell cyrptocurrencies within a very short range of time.

BuyCoins conduct their services via their app, taking off prospective traders the stress of seeking other traders in the crptocurrency market. BuyCoin supports Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Bitcoin and Ethereum. Cryptos can be traded via their app which is available for IOS and Android devices.

(3) Bundle

Bundle is provided by and backed by Binance and was founded by Yele Bademosi. With Bundle, users can sell or buy Ethereum, Bitcoin and BNB. They also offer their customers the opportunity to buy cryptocurrencies using bank or card transfer. Proceeds from sales of cryptos, could also be withdrawn and deposited into your commercial bank account. With just N500, you can trade in BNB or Bitcoin.

(4) Yellowcard

Yellowcard provides users services for purchasing cryptos via the internet through debit cards or bank transfer. With this, they (users) can load their back accounts in the local currency, before paying for the digital coins they’re interested in. Currently, Yellowcard is in support of dash and Bitcoin core and would be adding tether (USDT) and Bitcoin cash (BCH) in the days ahead. Yellowcard is founded by Chris Maurice

(5) Patricia

With a dynamic operating mode, Patricia makes trading in cryptos like Ethereum, discounted gift cards, Bitcoin, Perfect money, etc. easily available to prospects.

(6) ABiT Network

Founded by Gauis Chibueze (aka Bitcoin Chief), ABiT Network provides blockchain e-commerce services throughout Africa. Some of ABiT’s products include ABiT Play, ABiT Go, ABiT Farm, ABiT Reps, ABiTCrowd, ABiTrader, and Tatcoin. For instance, with ABiT Reps, ABiT offers youths the opportunity to earn by telling others about ABiT products. Their apps can be found on different online stores such as Android and IOS.

Top 10 Blockchain Startups in Nigeria 2020

(7) CryptoTvPlus

CryptoTvPlus is one of the leading media agency on the continent. They provide the latest info on events, updates, project reviews in the digital currency market. They have an active online presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube with an application for easy access on Google play store. Founded in 2018, Cryptotvplus has a revenue of $ 15.40 million.

(8) Bitfxt

Bitfxt is another Nigerian cryptocurrency startup. Recently, in February 2020, they secured N5.45 billion from UK-based Payitup clearinghouse Ltd in a bid to expand their cytocurrency infrastructure. Traditionally, Bitfxt deals in Bitcoin and allows trade from prospects all around the globe.

(9) Roqqu

Founded by Uchenna Nnodim, Roqqu provides a speedy platform for the buying and/or selling of cryptocurrencies. Within thirty minutes, withdrawals are completed using Roqqu. They support EOS, STEEM, Ethereum and Bitcoin transactions. Like other cryptocurrency trading platforms, Roqqu has an app on Google Play store for easy trading. Traders on Roqqu are referred to as Roqquians.

(10) NairaEx

Founded in 2015, NairaEx has recorded over hundred thousand users with over one million transactions. They are one of the most popular in the digital currency market on the continent. NairaEx is a top blockchain company in Nigeria where cryptocurrencies such as Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Bitcoin are traded. They are a reliable company for the exchange of Bitcoin and other cyptos through common payment platforms. NairaEx allows users to fund and withdraw within the same day.

11.Conclusion

The majority of the blockchain companies mentioned and discussed in this piece and others not mentioned here are founded and spearheaded by young Nigerians. These are highly spirited individuals who are seeking novel solutions to ancient problems in their immediate environment.

Ranging from agriculture, to the energy sectors and the financial payments service industries, these startups are making life better for many. You should find a way and align with the current trend. There is something for you if you invest in cryptocurrency today.

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