Youngest Power Men In Africa -See

1stJoseph Kabila, Congolese, President, Democratic Republic of Congo

When he was 29, Joseph Kabila became the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) after his father, former president Laurent Kabila was assassinated in a coup attempt at the height of a cataclysmic civil war. As soon as he took the reins of power, Kabila moved quickly to end the country’s civil war by negotiating peace agreements with rebel forces, and played a lead role in the signing of the historic Sun City agreement in 2002 which ended the war. Kabila consolidated his hold on power in 2006 when he won the country’s first democratic elections in over 40 years. The DRC has the second highest rate of infant-mortality and the second lowest nominal GDP Per capita in the world, despite its immense deposits of mineral resources. But Kabila believes he can fix it all with more time; Seeking re-election during November’s Presidential elections.

2ndMark Shuttleworth, South African, Founder, Ubuntu

In 1995, at the age of 22, Shuttleworth founded Thawte, a digital certificate and internet security company which he later sold off to American software giant, VeriSign for over $500 million, ploughing the proceeds to fund a tech incubator and venture Capital firm. But Shuttleworth is most famous for his founding of Ubuntu, a computer operating system which is distributed as free open source software. Shuttleworth is also the founder of the Shuttleworth Foundation, a purpose trust which funds individuals who are actively engaged in social change projects. The foundation identifies social entrepreneurs, gives them a fellowship grant, and multiplies the money the entrepreneurs put into their projects by a factor of ten or more.

3rdAcha Leke, Cameroonian, Partner, Mckinsey & Company

One of Africa’s most sought after business consultants, Leke, 38, is a partner at Mckinsey & Company. The brainy Cameroonian has the ear of the top dogs at multinational corporations whom he helps with strategy setting, investment decisions, corporate finance and turn-around strategies among other things. He also co-authored McKinsey’s report on Africa- Lions on the Move: The Progress and Potential of African Economies, and is a co-founder of the African Leadership Academy. In 2009, he was selected as a Global Young Leader by the World Economic Forum.

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