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Four Fellows selected for Choiseul Africa 2018 list


Tutu Fellows Lynette Ntuli, Natalie Jabangwe, Ada Osakwe and Bright Simons have been selected for the Choiseul Africa 100 list of laureates for 2018.

Through an annual study that was independently carried out over several months by the Institut Choiseul, Choiseul 100 Africa – the Economic Leaders for Tomorrow, honors those exceptional entrepreneurs who contribute to the renewing of the African economic governance. It identifies and ranks young African leaders of 40 years old and below. 

The identification and ranking process took weighted criteria into account that included reputation, background and skills, influence networks, potential, and leadership.

The Institut Choiseul reached many experts and specialists on the continent to achieve this ambitious and unique study which draws up an inventory of the African economic forces.

Many other Tutu Fellows have made the list over the years, including Danladi Verheijen, Abayomi Awobokun, Mohamed El-Dashan, Ada Osakwe, Swaady Martin, Ndidi Nwuneli, Nuradin Osman, Eric Kacou, Mapule Mzimba, Ally Angula, Ayodeji Adewuni, Zukie Siyotula and James Mworia.

The 2018 list can be found on the Choiseul Institute's website.

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