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In this year of relative sluggishness in terms of tech funding both globally and on the continent, we have decided to transform our annual ranking of tech champions to offer you a tighter, first-ever survey on start-ups called “The 20 future champions of African tech”. Our aim with this three-month study was to stay on top of the buzz and the impacts of this innovative ecosystem, by presenting 20 of Africa’s most promising start-ups.
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