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Pivot, Cross-Border, Repeat: The Unusual Trajectory of South Africa’s Aerobotics

By  |  October 13, 2020

Which African tech companies are among the continent’s most valuable and most rated startups? The smart money is probably on the likes of Cellulant, Jumia, Flutterwave, JUMO, Andela, Takealot, Twiga, and Paystack.

Besides being some of the best-funded African startups, those companies are among those making a recognisable dent. It might even be said that these businesses have all defined technology and defied structure to make big things happen.

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