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Mb GADGETS OWNER: Mmoloki Mabisi

While most of his peers at Malaysia Multimedia University were fully focused on their studies, Mmoloki Mabisi balanced the books, expertly working out a way to make money while not neglecting his education.

Using part of his monthly student allowance, the Nata native saved up to buy the latest digital gadgets, including cellphones and tablets, which he would resell to locals back in Botswana, where such devices were not yet available.

Although he eventually graduated with a degree in Computer Science, Mabisi, 34, was convinced his future now lay in entrepreneurship.

By 2017, what init...

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