1k Challenge Alumni have been finding success online in fun and interesting ways. Here are a few success stories.
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Tafadzwa Joined the Africa 1k Challenge in the first 3- month pilot that ran from October – December 2019.
He dreamt of running the social media account for a top influencer in his home town and managing the social media accounts for international organisations one day.
One year later, Tafadzwa had achieved both outcomes and now runs his own social media agency and has helped his clients grow their following from under 10k – 100k+.
Shamiso joined the programme having tried countless income generating projects from selling clothes, to doing hair. Unfortunately, none of them were fruitful no matter how much effort she put in.
Within 3 months of joining the 1k Challenge, Shamiso Picked up her first gig on a freelance digital marketplace working as an African Voice over artist and has not looked back since.
Having attended University as a mature student, Nigel already felt like he was way behind his peers. The fact that he could not secure employment after completing his degree sadly affected his self-confidence.
Within months of joining the programme, he took on the CV Boost Challenge, cleaned up his CV, applied for a competitive remote Job on offer from a London Based Digital Agency and secured his first ever Interview amongst a sea of global applicants.