Young Zimbabwean Animator Nqobizitha Mlilo Awarded $10,000 By Google For Using The Internet

After announcing the five winners of the Africa Connected competition at an event in Nairobi, Kenya. In an effort to invest in the future success of all the Africa Connected finalists, Google surprised Nqobizitha Enqore Mlilo along with four other finalist success stories by awarding them $10,000 each to help grow their ventures and initiatives for greater social and economic impact.

The winners, including Sitawa Wafula (Kenya), Christopher Panford (Ghana), and Eunice Namirembe (Uganda), were presented before an audience of tech leaders. The competition was launched in August 2013 for African entrepreneurs, creatives, innovators and web-lovers to share stories of how the web has transformed their lives and work. The winners will bag $25,000 each, and will also have the opportunity to work with a Google sponsor over a six-month period to further their online success.

Source: All Africa

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