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Johannesburg - Africa’s youth need to move from being technologists to techpreneurs and from fintechnologists to fintechpreneurs, thereby releasing the true value of Africa’s communities, businesses and people.

This was the message from Khonology to more than 3 000 young people who recently attended the Standard Bank Youth Expo in Sandton.

The aim of the expo was to create a platform to expose the South African youth to brands and organisations that wish to engage them on an intellectual basis, as well as create awareness of their products and services.

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