June 12, 2009

Ali Mufuruki ahojiwa na Business Week

Infotech's Mufuruki on African Entrepreneurship

Silicon Valley entrepreneurs may think they have it rough. But their biggest difficulties, even during a downturn, are trifles compared with the challenges faced by Ali A. Mufuruki when he launched an info-tech services business in his native Tanzania in 1989. The country was still in the grip of socialism and computers were officially banned.

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