Africa is the new tech frontier, with a great deal of potential and passion for technology that should translate into the right environment to nurture and grow successful African tech start-ups, but obstacles and struggles remain.
These issues scupper the necessary investment and growth that these start-ups require so that they can become sustainable and successful on a continental and global scale.
Start-ups should be celebrated and supported as important businesses contributing to the economy and creating jobs, and yet funding issues, over-regulation, marketing challenges and other issues remain a stumbling block for these tech businesses.
We take a look at 12 things that need to be addressed in order to help struggling African tech start-ups.
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