This is part 2 of a 9-part series
Digital, Kwely, DataPathology… Remember these names: In a few months, these companies will probably make headlines on news sites – specialised or not – on the continent, and perhaps beyond. To establish the list of the 20 startups to watch in 2023, we took the pulse of those who, in this highly competitive sector, make or break it: the most active investors in Africa.
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