30 Under 30 2023

30 Under 30 2023 – It’s that time of year again! FORBES AFRICA invites Africa’s brightest visionaries, risk takers, change makers and innovators to take their place on the continent’s coveted 30 Under 30 list.

For 2023, we are now looking for 30 of the brightest African inventors under 30 in the categories of Business, Technology, Creativity, Sports and Science/Health.

30 Under 30 2023

30 Under 30 2023

The class of 2022 has shown the world that under 30 Africans care about earning money and meaning. For these young pioneers, it was not just about trade and influence, it was about making sure they represented their country and the diverse and heterogeneous Africa they wanted to serve.

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“Every year the list gets better and 2022 was also historic as the cover shoot for this issue took place in Botswana, for the first time outside of Johannesburg; and the finalists excelled in every way,” said Renuka Methil, FORBES AFRICA Editor-in-Chief.

30 Under 30 2023

As we prepare for the ninth installment of the 30 Under 30 list, we are also announcing some changes. Our process is very thorough and speeds up as applicants progress through the stages. As before, we require a police clearance (CCP) or a report from your country confirming that you have no criminal record, no pending or pending legal proceedings and that you are a citizen of that country. As an additional layer of assurance, FORBES AFRICA’s under 30 curatorial team also requires a letter of recommendation/reference from your financial institution (such as your bank) to ensure that you are a legitimate business/brand that uses your money responsibly. We recommend that you contact your financial institution or adviser to prepare for this part of the process.

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In the end, it’s worth it when you join these former winners who are now famous alumni under 30; like Elsa Majimbo, Mr Eazi, Lasizwe, Musa Keys, Lloyd Harris, Sho Madjozi, Bruce Diale, Antonio Depina, Karabo Poppy, Sucho Mbedu, Dr Esperance Luvindao, Nomzamo Mbatha, Kabza De Small, Burna Boy, Nthabiseng Mosia, Davido, Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa, Sikander Kalla, Nasty C, Chad le Clos and WizKid.

30 Under 30 2023

Under 30 2022/23

“The shining stars will direct our future and decide what is best. What are we looking for in 2023? Even more dedicated young people who will translate progress, profit and prosperity to the continent,” adds Methil.

If you think you are eligible to take part or know someone you would like to see as part of CLASSE 2023, you can find the application pack here:

30 Under 30 2023

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30 Under 30 2023

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