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First African-produced phone hits the shelves | Money Talks

A Dubai-based firm wants to break China's grip on Africa's telecoms market, by producing a smartphone manufactured on the continent. Made in South Africa and Rwanda, the Mara Phone hopes to compete against China's TECNO, which sells more handsets to Rwandans than any other company. Philip Owira has more. #Mara #Smartphone #Africa

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