NAIROBI, Kenya, June 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The New African Magazine has set apart 50 individuals under the age of 50 who they believe are breaking ground, making Africa proud and propelling the Continent into a future of great hope.
A24 Media's Salim Amin, son of the world-renowned Kenyan photojournalist Mo Amin, graces this auspicious list. Salim, who managed to maintain and grow his father's media business since his passing, has elevated Camerapix to an image bank of over four million pictures, and over 8,000 hours of video footage. Camerapix has archived some of Africa's most historic and visually stunning moments.
With his new company A24 MEDIA, Salim has carved out a niche as the premiere Pan African Production Company on the continent. In addition to producing the weekly features magazine program, AFRICA JOURNAL in conjunction with the Reuters news agency, he has recently produced a series of documentaries for CCTV Africa's Faces of Africa programme, providing a unique look at Africa's most inspiring characters.
"I would like to thank the New African magazine for this great honour. To be named in this list with so many people I admire and who I am proud to call my friends makes me try harder to meet these expectations!" Salim said.
He joins other powerful Kenyan personalities like writer Binya Wainaina, Olympic record holder David Rudisha and tech guru Juliana Rotich on this highly coveted list and is the only African of Asian origin to be named.
According to the May edition of the New African Magazine, with a line-up of African movers and shakers like MTV's Alex Okosi, U.S. President Barack Obama, musicians P-Square and D'Banj, The Top 50 Trailblazers of the year 2013 are in a league of their own.
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