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Entrepreneurs speaks on how tech is driving mobility in Africa

By Guardian Exclusive
07 October 2019   |   1:13 pm
The future of mobility is fast becoming electrically powered, available on-demand via smart devices, and self-driving using artificial intelligence. TechCabal brings mobility entrepreneurs together to talk about the transition to better asset utilisation and smarter systems.

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