Ludwick Marishane, 25 – The founder of Headboy Industries is something of a serial entrepreneur, having dabbled in biodiesel, healthy cigarettes and a a security magazine before he launched DryBath. Spurred on by a friend who was too lazy to take a bath, Marishane came up with a gel that acts as a viable alternative. Marishane, born in Limpopo, South Africa, has attracted the attention of Google, who named him one of 12 bright young minds in the world and was voted best student entrepreneur in the world by the Entrepreneur Organization.
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Alain Nteff, 22 – Alain Nteff has previously featured on CNN with his start-up Gifted Mom, an app aiming to reduced the high death rate of newborn babies and pregnant woman in Cameroon. The app works out due dates and is used in conjunction with health workers to remind mother-to-be of upcoming appointments. Over 1,200 pregnant wome