AfriLabs adds 27 new hubs

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AfriLabs, a pan-African network of technology and innovation centres, has announced that it has added 27 new hubs in six countries — namely Botswana, Guinea, Libya, Mauritius, South Sudan and Tunisia.

AfriLabs executive director Anna Ekeledo,  commenting in the same statement, said the organisation was excited to have new the new members join its “ever growing family”.

Ekeledo added that by extending AfriLabs reach to these new countries, it brings the organisation closer to its goal of having its community span across all 55 African countries.

“We believe that in reaching this goal, we are moving closer to an integrated and prosperous continent fostered by open collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship driven by hubs and their communities across Africa, she said.

AfriLabs new hubs are as follows:

BotswanaBotswana Innovation Hub

Burkina FasoBurkina Faso Incubator

CameroonOcean Innovation Centre

Egypt: GESR-MEK Cairo, Maamal for Development

Guinea: Incubateur Sboutech

GhanaGrassroots Hub

KenyaPangea AcceleratorMt Kenya Hub

LibyaTatweer Research

Mali: Mali Business Innovation and Incubation Centre

MauritiusMauritius Business Network

MoroccoLe Wagon

NigeriaRoar Nigeria HubEnnovate LabNicademia Hub, TVCLabs, and Devamplify Hub


South SudanAtaka Hub

TunisiaCoZi Coworking Café Djerba

UgandaDesign Hub Kampala

ZimbabweImpact Hub Harare, Startup Bulawayo



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