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AfriLabs, an organisation that supports technology and innovation centres across Africa, has announced that it has added 20 new hubs to its network.
With the addition of the 20, AfriLabs now has 174 hubs across 45 countries
In Southern Africa, AfriLabs has added IdeiaLab in Mozambique and Dream Factory Innovation in Botswana.
The organisation also announced that it had added Afrobytes in France as part of its diaspora members.
The 20 new members effectively expands AfriLabs network to include 174 hubs in 45 countries.
AfriLabs executive director Anna Ekeledo (pictured above) said the organisation is excited to admit such innovative members who are eager to contribute to the thriving African tech and innovative ecosystem.
“We strongly believe in the ability of African hubs to steer innovation on the continent that will stimulate socio-economic development in Africa. Welcome to the network,” she added.
Featured image: AfriLabs executive director Anna Ekeledo (Anna Ekeledo via Twitter)