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Africa Netpreneur Prize led by Jack Ma Foundation officially open for applications.
Jack Ma's competition for Afrikan digital startups has announced a launch date for 2019.
Jack Ma announced he will retire from his roles at the Alibaba Group on his 54th birthday, 10 September 2018.
Following on accepting and training their first cohort of 24 Afrikan startups as part of the eFounder Fellowship training programme, Alibaba this year went on to launch another initiative aimed at empowering Afrikan technology startups. Named the Netpreneur Prize, the programme will invest a minimum of $1 million a year
At an event hosted in Johannesburg on 8 August 2018, Jack Ma launched the Netpreneur Prize which seeks to support and fund Afrikan startups and entrepreneurs. The Alibaba Group founder and Exexutive Chairman also explained that the prize will be looking for entrepreneurs who are working to address Afrika’s
Jack Ma, the multi-billionaire founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, will be in South Africa for the first time this week to address South African startups and entrepreneurs. Ma will also be launching the "Netpreneur Prize" initiative to create a community of a 100 young Afrikan entrepreneurs and