When broken into its mnemonic constituents — Empowering Solutions And Joint Action — Esaja really doesn’t look as weird as it sounds. In a conversation with TechMoran, Zimbabwean serial entrepreneur Clinton Dale Mutambo explains how the online platform intends to connect African businesses to latent markets and growth opportunities across the continent.

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