DISCOVER THE 10 WINNERS OF DLA’S THIRD EDITION!

On April 30th, the 10 winning projects of Digital Lab Africa’s third edition have been revealed on DLA social media! After interviewing all the 30 finalists, the selection committees’ members have selected the 10 winners of this year’s edition of DLA accelerator programme.

Among 500 applications, 10 creatives from South Africa, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Mali, and Ghana stood out for their talent, their creativity and their ability to defend their ideas.

AND THE DLA#3 WINNERS ARE…

 

2019-animation   ANIMATION

   Ringa Mzansi by Lwazi Msipha (South Africa)

   Uzi by Naddya Adhiambo Oluoch-Olunya -Kenya)

DIGITAL MUSIC2019-online-music

Swaggify by Marvin Madyara (Zimbabwe)

Sunkambe, by Shaka Ramulifho (South Africa)

2019-online-gaming   VIDEO GAME

   Mancala Plus by Setriakor Nyomi (Ghana)

   Precious Cargo by Simone Beneke-Graham, Shannon Bennetts, Rowan Brough & Niall Graham (South Africa)

VIRTUAL REALITY2019-virtual-reality

TRVLR by Komborerai Chapfika (Zimbabwe)

The Afrocyborg VR Film Collective by Shmerah Passchier & The Afrcyborg Collective (South Africa)

2019-web-creation   WEB CREATION

   Cartographie des régions musicales du Mali by Tiécoura N’Daou (Mali)

   Re/Member Your Descendants by Xabiso Vili (South Africa)

 

The 10 winners get a R42,000 cash prize and a tailored-made incubation programme to accelerate their project development with mentorship by French & Sub-Saharan creative industries experts, a residence period in France within a digital cluster/hub, and participation at industry events in France and/or in Sub-Saharan African region.

DLA AUDIENCE AWARD

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Baba, by Justus Macharia (Kenya)

With 501 votes out of 3329

Chosen by Internet users on DLA voting platform (www.vote.digilabafrica.com), Justus wins a special prize (the DLA Audience Award) including an invitation to one of the DLA industry events in France or in Sub-Saharan Africa.

CONGRATULATIONS!

The video pitches are still available on the platform vote.digilabafrica.com developed by Zakhele Technologies and on our Dailymotion channel.