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Another busy month for global big guns in Africa, with especially interesting activities from Facebook, Microsoft and Uber. But the continent’s tech startups continued to be on the receiving end of funding, while there were developments in other sectors as well. Facebook scaling up its African presence Facebook arrived in Africa this week, literally. The company announced it plans to open its first office on the continent, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The company touted the move as a bid to further its commitment to the continent; ncreasing Facebook activity in Africa has been evident over the past year. Facebook has 120…

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