With $27 million total funding, Stitch is now the most funded API-first fintech startup. What does this mean for Africa API fintechs?
The purpose of the AfCFTA Caravan initiative is to provide extensive soft infrastructure to boost the capacity of SMEs and startups in Africa to expand beyond their home country.
DeFi has huge potential to facilitate access and inclusion to financial services such as lending, investing, settlements, online transactions, payments and so much more, provided the infrastructure gap is closed. How can defis elevate financial services in Africa?
The report found that the African mobile app market showed strong growth, with overall installs increasing by 41%. Nigeria showed the highest growth, with a 43% uplift, followed by 37% in South Africa, and 29% in Kenya.
Big tech companies are coming under increasing scrutiny for the harmful effects of their activities on the environment. Africa is no exception to this. What are the harmful effects of big tech to the environment in Africa?
Esports has become a global billion-dollar industry, with more growth still to come. Africa is slowly catching up, with gaming competitions, celebrity gamers, and gaming communities springing up all over the continent. What is the potential for eSports in Africa?
Here are three key insights from the Jobberman's digital sector skills gap report.
Dream VC wants to provide a launchpad that will help aspiring African investors to kickstart their journey into venture funding from 0 to 100.
The partnership will allow over 8M Ethiopian Diaspora to send money instantly through Amole, to Amole Wallet, bank accounts and cash pickup locations at over 2,500 locations.
Future Africa revealed its investment achievements for 2021. The report reveals it exceeded its $1 million commitment to female-led startups.