Ugandan Betty Ikalany founded AEST Ltd in order to help women in her community have access to clean cooking fuel
Jonathan Dotse is a social entrepreneur, technology evangelist, and science-fiction writer living in Accra, Ghana. He also tinkers in virtual reality.
French photographer Antoine Tempé has been living in Dakar, Senegal and works on portraits and documenting contemporary West African culture.
Ugandan-born fashion designer Edward Sempa talks about how the fashion industry across the world is changing to suit our desire for instant gratification.
Rwandan designer Matthew "Tayo" Rugamba tailors his collections for an African audience.
Product designer Nifemi Marcus-Bello works with local processes and artisans in Lagos to make affordable, lightweight furniture for aspiring, urban Nigerians.
Trans-African photography project Invisible Borders looks into what it means to be African and in their project Borders Within investigate Nigerian identity.
Uganda's creative industries are on the rise and while there is still distrust for things "made-in-Uganda", the music industry has a massive local following.
According to Christian Benimana, before starting any project a designer must decide what his mission is and an architect must learn to think beyond the building.