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South Africa’s first 3D printed low-cost home (Encourage Africa)

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On this episode of Encourage Africa, Jerry Fisayo-Bambi and the africanews workforce carry you innovation tales from Nigeria, Uganda and South Africa.

First, we hear the story of the Nigerian teenage tech prodigy John Oseni. Oseni, a pc programmer has developed quite a lot of softwares in Fintech utilizing his programming expertise. We hear about his newest QR code scan-to-pay answer, VersusPay that he hopes can provide viable options to funds in Nigeria.

Plus, South Africa has accomplished its first 3D printed low-cost building. The 3D printing method used can construct a home in lower than 24 hours. We hear from the engineers that labored on the challenge on the College of Civil Engineering, College of Johannesburg. 

And in our interview section, we speak in regards to the style, modelling and sweetness business and the way stereotypes in regards to the business are altering. Fisayo-Bambi hosts Judith Heard, a Ugandan mannequin and sweetness queen. Heard tells us how she handled stereotypes when beginning out and the way she is now utilizing her success to deal with points affecting younger girls in her neighborhood and the atmosphere.