Lagos, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and Paris are but a few places that Nicho Gosebo called home during his early twenties. After a jet-setting early career, he now resides in Heidelberg, Germany, where he manages the technical side of his employer’s telecommunications offerings. When his three-person team is not catering to an extensive list of network-operator clients in the sub-Saharan region, he is either chipping away at his master of business administration degree, through the University of the Witswatersrand, or serving on the advisory board of the Agang Africa Network. The non-profit organisation aims to empower women on the continent through e-commerce. Gosebo has much hope for the growth of South Africa’s technological industry, a process in which he hopes to play a part with his own Kudu Business Solutions. The micro-financing outfit bankrolls start-ups that would otherwise struggle to find favour with traditional investors.
I want all LGBTQI+ people to be free and not be questioned about their sexuality.