Sudan, the third largest country in Africa, has an estimated 9.3 million Internet users as of 2016 — about 25% of its entire population. Needless to say, it’s quite clear that Sudan is not an African nation struggling to stay connected, which is why the startup community here has a different focus – health.
Despite the risks of mineral conflict and a shaky economic system, the Democratic Republic of Congo is a country open for business.
Algeria, Africa’s largest country, may not be considered a haven for technology. But recent developments by entrepreneurs are turning the tide.
In today’s world, creating your own app or startup is not a crazy idea anymore. Technology has made it so people all around the world can get in on the startup game, especially Black people in tech. Here are a few standout startups worth showcasing.