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AppsAfrica has released the names of startups who made it to the finals for this year’s Innovation Awards that is set to take place in Cape Town on November 14, 2016.

Over 200 startups from 25 African countries responded to AppsAfrica’s call for submissions, and out of that number, 44 have been selected across 10 categories.

Talking about this year’s turnout, AppsAfrica founder,Andrew Fassnidge, says, “We are delighted with the huge response building on 2015 and this year’s finalists represent North, South, East and West Africa, which is testament to innovation happening across the continent.”

Supported by Uber, Opera, Mobile Monday South Africa (MOMO), Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF) and the MMA, the AppsAfrica Awards celebrates the best in mobile and tech from across Africa, providing winners with global publicity, recognition and networking with over 300 industry peers at the Awards party.

Without further ado, here are the finalists for the AppsAfrica 2016 Innovation Awards –

Winners will be announced on November 14, 2016.

 

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