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Sahifoulaye Koné 25 May 18
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Dominique Kalif 25 May 18
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Eric Osiakwan May 13
, , , and () are the capitals of the - the entrepreneurial innovations sweeping the continent are coming from these urban centers as they represent the cities of 21st century .
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Rwanda ICT Chamber Feb 16
Congratulations and the team you’re a great addition to the
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Eric Osiakwan Sep 20
.... is also upping their antics - before we know it would be the new normal --
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Hafez Ghanem Oct 11
For 's Betelhem Dessie, women and girls have the most to contribute in the field because they "really want to help their community from the core".
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Diana Wambũi Ngure Dec 18
Badass women using the internet and social media to portray an Africa that is diverse, bright and full of energy. -
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PAN Africa Network 21 May 18
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BenBen Mar 24
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Eric Osiakwan Aug 13
....great to see two portfolio companies make the list from KNGSS - loud applause to Alloysius Attah and Meghan McCormick for starting the week on a winning note.
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Hafez Ghanem Oct 19
Our popular contest has just launched continent-wide! Really looking forward to hearing fresh ideas from young Africans.
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Hafez Ghanem Oct 30
Great to see that is being made accessible to a larger and more diverse group of people. It’s an excellent way to help young Africans prepare for the jobs of the future.
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CNN Africa Oct 10
How Ugandan inventor Brian Turyabagye created a smart jacket that can diagnose pneumonia four times faster than a doctor
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Eric Osiakwan May 28
....south of the Sahara there are soo many opportunities that and started unfolding so as we kick in we would explore how to fund them with in -
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Wekeza 29 Apr 18
“It’s about bringing smart capital to help management execute and scale up with our expertise and support.”
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mariaburpee Nov 15
. writes about how lessons from Rwanda could help China fix its myopia crisis with "universal medical eye care for all"
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MUKENDI TSHIDIMU Arsène Oct 15
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Eric Osiakwan Nov 17
via -the number of smartphone connections in Africa is forecast to double from 315 to 636 million by 2022.
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Eric Osiakwan May 25
....my buddy unlocks the awesome queen of African startups who is disrupting the matatu sector with the best in class application - am glad to be associated — watch the space
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Thelma Chukwu Feb 18
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