Forbes opens for nominations To “FORBES AFRICA’s 30 Under 30” Class Of 2022
FORBES AFRICA is on the hunt for Africans under the age of 30, who are building brands, creating jobs, and transforming the continent in their respective fields.
The FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 list is the most-anticipated annual compilation of game-changers in Africa and for 2022, we are on the quest for 30 of the continent’s brightest achievers under the age of 30 from the categories of Business, Technology, Creatives, Sport and Science, particularly Health.
The Class of 2021 was an intrepid cast of young people who navigated the Covid-19 pandemic, also creating social impact.
Heading into its eighth instalment of the 30 Under 30 list, there have been a series of changes that have been affected. First, Forbes Africa has added health and science to the mix to especially celebrate young thinkers, professionals, and entrepreneurs on the frontline working tirelessly to improve Africa’s medical sector.
And also, applicants and nominees can now apply in more than one category. If you are a sports star with a business aimed at uplifting the sports sector, choose sports AND business. If you are a creative trying to find innovative ideas using digital landscapes to showcase art, choose the creative AND technology sectors,” the magazine explained.
“The FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 is the most coveted list of the year, and the 2022 edition will mark eight years of it. We are particularly excited to unravel the treasure trove of talent that these tough times have created. Success has not been a given for these frontrunners in the pandemic period. Faced with innumerable hiccups and setbacks, they have rolled up their sleeves and made their work matter, also lifting others on their way up,” says Renuka Methil, Managing Editor of FORBES AFRICA said in a statement published on the magazine’s official website.
Past honorees of the FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 list include names such as Mr. Eazi, Mihlali Ndamase, Lloyd Harris, Sho Madjozi, Bruce Diale, Antonio Depina, Karabo Poppy, Thuso Mbedu, Nomzamo Mbatha, Kabza De Small, Burna Boy, Nthabiseng Mosia, Davido, Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa, Nasty C, Chad le Clos, and WizKid.
For nominations and applications criteria, visit Forbes Africa’s official website