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Watch List: 20 SA Tech Entrepreneurs Making It Big In The Industry

App and tech entrepreneurs are solving challenges and needs around the world, South Africa is no different.

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The growth of the South African tech industry can be seen in the sheer number of companies being heavily invested in from around the world. There are many that are solving convenience issues, and those that are making a difference for a range of challenges; from access to market, to improved HIV testing, and greater access to medical professionals.

Here are 20 South African tech entrepreneurs that are improving lives and offering tangible solutions:

  1. Llew Morkel
  2. Bevan Ducasse
  3. Daniel Petz, Stuart Murless, Mattia Ferrini and Endre Vargas
  4. Lucas Lotter and Charles Faul
  5. Katlego Maphai, Carl Wazen, Bradley Wattrus and Lungisa Matshoba
  6. Vian Chinner
  7. Riaan Conradie and Laurie Olivier
  8. James Paterson and Benji Meltzer
  9. Andi Friedman
  10. Jenny Leslie, Jason Lurie, and Alexio Capovilla
  11. Peter Flynn, Garth Watson and Malcom Gray
  12. Matthew Elan Smith, Ndabenhle Junior Ngulube, Marnus van Heerden
  13. Wesley Lynch
  14. Mark Bradshaw
  15. Sheraan Amod
  16. Chris Harding, Melissa McCoy
  17. Philip and Malan Joubert
  18. Ntuthuko Shezi
  19. Matthew Piper and Karidas Tshintsholo
  20. Dineo Lioma, Loretta Magagula, Danisa Nkuna and Lindiwe Nkosi
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Nicole Crampton is an online writer for Entrepreneur Magazine. She has studied a BA Journalism at Monash South Africa. Nicole has also completed several courses in writing and online marketing.

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Nic Haralambous launched 8 failing businesses. He used the lessons learnt from that failure to ensure the success of his new business Nic Harry.

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