Computer Scientist Breeds Youth ‘Technopreneurs’ in Malawi

September 01, 2016 02:41 PM
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Recently named one of the most promising entrepreneurs in Africa by Forbes magazine, computer scientist Rachel Sibande founded and runs tech incubator MHub to mentor young "technopreneurs" in Malawi. About 4,000 youths have benefited from her initiative. Lameck Masina caught up with Sibande and some of her mentees in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe, and reports on the impact they have had on their communities.