Sam Kodo from Togo began tinkering with electronics at the age of 7. His father was a physics lecturer at the University of Lomé so he learned a lot from him about electronics. By the age of fifteen, Sam was able to make robots that could speak and recognize faces and objects. He then began to build smartphones and PCs under a company he founded called Infinite Loop. They produce low-cost personal computers for students. Guess how much he is worth? A lot!

SAM KODO

In Malawi, more and more students leaving University have fewer and fewer chances of employment. If you are to be successful in life, it is important to be resourceful. Financial acuity is a must for young people, expecially in these unprecedented times. Some of our fellow sub-saharan nations have even made entrepreneurship a core subject in their syllabus. Malawians should not trail behind.

FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS: THE FUTURE LEADERS OF AFRICA

On this online course, prepared by New Era School, you will learn about business; how it works and how to take advantage of your circumstances in order to make a living. This course is not just for those who wish to study the subject at MSCE, it is for everyone who wishes to make a success of their life.

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