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Egypt-based ride-sharing app, Raye7 has emerged winner of the Cairo edition of the DEMO Africa mini-events, Disrupt Africa reports.

Raye7 is a mobile app that facilitates ride-sharing within the user’s existing network of associates.

This feat qualifies the ride sharing startup to participate at the 2015 DEMO Africa event.
Raye7 will be joining the likes of Shield Finance from Kenya, Ghana’s Flippy Campus and Zimbabwe’s Road Rule who have already qualified for the main event set for September 24 in Lagos, NIgeria.

This year’s DEMO Africa main event will see over 30 startups pitch their products before investors, entrepreneurs and other members of the tech ecosystem in Africa. The event will hold in Lagos and application is still ongoing till tomorrow, June 30, 2015.

Source: Disrupt Africa

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