African women women have been making significant strides in various tech-related fields, from entrepreneurship to innovation and education. Here, we spotlight ten exceptional African women in tech, whose innovations are inspiring a new era of growth and progress.
Top 10 African Women in Tech
Tope Omotolani (Nigeria)
Tope Omotolani is the co-founder and CEO of Crowdyvest, an impact-driven community focused on creating interdependence between individuals and businesses.
Rebecca Enonchong (Cameroon):
Founder and CEO of AppsTech, a leading global provider of enterprise application solutions.
Amina Ibrahim (Nigeria):
Co-founder of Ingressive, a tech integration company that provides market entry services for businesses.
Charity Wanjiku (Kenya):
Co-founder and CEO of Strauss Energy, a company specializing in solar roofing tiles.
Rapelang Rabana (South Africa):
Co-founder of Yeigo Communications, a company specializing in mobile VoIP applications.
Baratang Miya (South Africa):
Founder of GirlHype, an organization promoting STEM education for young girls.
Rebecca Kaduru (Uganda):
Co-founder and Executive Director of KadAfrica, an agribusiness empowering young girls through passion fruit farming.
Edith Brou (Côte d’Ivoire):
Founder of EDACY, an online platform offering tech-related courses.
Aminata Kane Ndiaye (Senegal):
Co-founder of PAPS, a company providing innovative payment solutions.
Rukayat Sadiq (Nigeria):
Co-founder of Malkia AI, an organization promoting diversity and inclusion in AI.