Molding #CapeTown

Once upon a time, the African plains must have represented an untouched paradise. A paradise that would need some work but a paradise nonetheless.

A place free from stifling laws and regulations with an abundance of resources.

Today, it isn’t the plains that represent this utopia.

We, the people

As Africans, our predecessors have fought for freedom from different perspectives. Each believing in their own right to their way of life, enough to kill. This passion hasn’t left us.

Fortunately, we’re starting to engage the future. Envisioning the Africa that we would like to see 5, 10, 30 years from now and putting the foundations in place for that. As waves of fresh minds cascade from educational institutions with nowhere to go, organizations shift their focus to encourage and grow these entrepreneurs.

This is an example of one of the organizations that are future-focused and environment enabling. They have workshops, research and other valuable (non-financial) resources for the willing to to create Cape Town.

Silicon Cape


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