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Site Info - Future.africa
Overview of web technologies used by Future.africa.
Future AfricaFuture Africa is a platform that provides capital, coaching and community for mission driven innovators building an African Future where purpose and prosperity is within everyone's reach.
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Squarespace is a hosted web publishing platform.
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