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Marthia Keorapetse
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Joined: 1st March 2019
Born1992 (age 27–28)
NationalitySouth Africa
Alma materUniversity of Johannesburg, South Africa
OccupationEditor
Years active2019–present
Known forAgriculture, Education & Health Journalism
AwardsAlumni Scholarship Award, 2018
WebsiteLinkedIn Profile
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OpEds

My long-form OpEds are written in The New Yorker style, and I leverage off the investigative journalism approach of Malcom Gladwell and Ian Parker. In general, the Disrupting Africa OpEds are hinged on tangible data trends from the Encyclopedia database, backed by anthropology research, reviewing global tech trends and usually with underpinnings of mathematical and statistical trends.


Podcasts

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Books

I am deeply inspired by Tech Investigative Journalists such as Brad Stone (The Upstarts, The Everything Store), Ashlee Vance (Elon Musk) and Duncan Clark (Alibaba). My books follow the same theme.

Also, we want African innovators to be able to write and publish their book. We believe this because we believe in African innovation stories, and that well written books should be written about Africa - by Africans. Read more about our Scribe Writing process.

Achievements & Awards

Marthia has been a recipient of a number of awards. In 2010, she received a John C Holland award for Youth Leadership. This was awarded by the JC Holland Foundation.

In 2011 she was recognised as Nigeria’s top 20 under 20, awarded by Ynaija!.

In 2012, she was named a World Economic Forum Shaper.[1]

In 2015, she was recognised by Forbes 30 under 30 as "Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs in Africa".[2]

In 2017, Marthia received a West Africa Mobile Award.[3]

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