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It All Began With A Cup of Coffee: The Kawa Moka Story

It is always good to start small. Grow and learn from your experiences, tweak your business and enjoy every part of your journey. This is exactly what Emi-Beth Quantson has done and today she is reaping the rewards. From winning…

Bringing Hope to Marginalised Young Women

14 years ago, an American teenager travelled to Zimbabwe to follow one of her passions, mbira music. To fully familiarise herself with the Zimbabwean culture, Jennifer Kyker stayed in the high-density Harare suburb of Highfield, where she became good friends…

Improving Children’s Welfare one School at a Time

In Africa, “Moving to greener pastures” often means moving to a country in the developed world. An estimated 7 million Zimbabweans live abroad. For most, their motivation is not only to earn a living but also to acquire skills and…

Zimbabwe Spices up Science for Solutions

Change begins with our own actions. These actions may seem minor, yet in the long run, seemingly insignificant moves shape destinies. All 17-year-old Knowledge Chikundi wanted to do when he approached the University of Zimbabwe and the Ministry of Education…

The Global Mash-Up

Communities, despite their differences share the same struggles as well as hopes and desires.The Sustainable Development Goals communicated to the world by the United Nations show us that our challenges are universal and they need a collective effort to effect…

Get ready for November’s #GivingTuesday Global Mash-Up

As our global network of 16,000 members expands, partnerships between various regions are becoming an integral part of our development. On Tuesday, November 28th, our globally connected community will bring yet another intercontinental event series to life through the #GivingTuesday…

Impact Hub Khartoum hosts Photography Exhibition

To understand the present, it is always good to revisit the past. History always has a way of illuminating and explaining the current state of affairs. At times, a documentation of the past is a reminder of how far you…

Changing Africa’s cross-boarder transport sector one country at a time

Vusumuzi “Vusi” Mkhwananzi is a serial entrepreneur from Harare, Zimbabwe. His charisma is infectious to say the very least. A conversation with him will certainly inspire you to think about the business opportunity in just about any mundane part of…

Impact Hub Harare holds Coding workshop for girls

The ICT sector in Zimbabwe is experiencing remarkable growth as the influence of ICT increases the world over. As other countries have started to incorporate Artificial Intelligence in everything they do, it is becoming clearer that for most to survive…

Impact Hub Kigali celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Studies show that worldwide, there are about 300 million people trying to start about 150 million businesses. That is an estimate of 137,000 businesses per day. Clearly, the startup sphere has become an integral part of the global economy and…

Financial Markets Lessons at Impact Hub Harare

Financial literacy is a very important facet of every human being’s welfare. It is in some cases a skill that requires mastering. One such case is in Zimbabwe. In addition to the use of cryptocurrency being on the rise, the…

The Rwanda Film Festival at Impact Hub Kigali

The film industry in Africa has developed tremendously. Nollywood movies have made Mama Azuka, Mr Ibu and Usofia household names all over Africa and the diaspora. As any form of art is known to do, film is a common ground…

Impact Hubs in Africa host Seedstars

At Impact Hub, we believe in creating a conducive environment for our members to grow their enterprises as well as learn from those around them. A key component to our efforts is partnerships, most of which expose the communities we…

This Start-Up is Putting Education at Africa’s Fingertips

Education is a powerful weapon. As true as that may be Africa seems to be lagging behind when it comes affordable education. On the continent, a university degree is a luxury that most cannot afford and as the African population…