Five of SA on Forbes Africa 30 under 30s list

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Cape Town - Five South Africans have made it onto the Forbes Africa 30 under 30s list of most promising entrepreneurs, with Forbes calling them the billionaires of tomorrow.

The youngest of the five is Nadav Ossendryver (19), CEO and founder of Latest Sightings, an online, real-time, wildlife spotting service for visitors to the Kruger National Park.

According to his Who’s Who profile, Ossendryver, nicknamed Google McDuff, was only 15 when he turned to technology to feed his curiosity for wildlife spottings and established Latest Sightings.

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