Aljazeera’s Jonathan Kalan gets inside the startup, VC and angel circuit in Cairo. Much of the talk of African tech rising  is dominated startup activity in East, West and Southern Africa, and we somehow overlook the goings on in North Africa where the tech scene is not only alive, but very well, even in currently strife torn Egypt.

Cairo’s ‘startup revolution’Cairo, Egypt – One warm day in early July, Omar Gabr and Moataz Soliman, the 22-year-old founders of Egyptian startup Instabug, sat in a cool, dark flat in Giza – windows and shutters firmly locked – contemplating their next move.

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