Jonathan Kalan

BBC

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Photographer and reporter based in Nairobi, Kenya, specializing in technological innovation and social entrepreneurship in Africa; writter for the BBC's Future blog

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South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt and Morocco all have space programs. Ghana and Ethiopia are racing to catch up.

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South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt and Morocco all have space programs. Ghana and Ethiopia are racing to catch up.

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