Forbes names top African tech start-ups

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Forbes names top African tech start-ups

South Africa and Kenya dominate this year’s Forbes Africa list of top 20 tech start-up companies in Africa.

The list of best African tech start-ups is published in the February issue of Forbes Africa magazine.

They include:

1. MXit mobile instant messaging service – South Africa

2. Yola web building and hosting – South Africa

3. Dropifi tools for better messaging and analytics – Ghana

4. Cobi Interactive mobile software development – South Africa

5. Flocash money transfer – UK

6. Obami learning management system – South Africa

7. Bandeka social network – Ghana/Nigeria

8. Jobberman job placement site – Nigeria

9. Motribe mobile platform – South Africa

10. Pesapal payment platform – Kenya

11. Synaq open source messaging and security – South Africa

12. Rupu group discount site – Kenya

13. Bongolive mobile and SMS – Tanzania

14. Skyrove WiFi hotspots – South Africa

15. Njorku recruitment platform – Cameroon

16. Ushahidi software - Kenya

17. SMSGH bulk SMS solutions - Ghana

18. Hummba social and travel site – South Africa

19. 10Layer news CMS – South Africa

20. Sembuse mobile social network – Kenya



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