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A new report by Catalyst Fund and Briter Bridges has indicated that fintech investment across emerging markets, including Africa, is increasing.
Ajua has acquired WayaWaya, the Kenya-based Artificial Intelligence [AI] and Machine Learning [ML] known for its innovative Janja platform.
According to BCG, Africa trails other regions of the world in digital penetration, usage, and capabilities, and its companies are generally less mature.
Microsoft 4Afrika initiative has partnered with Wentors to launch a programme to train and provide mentorship to 1 000 women in the technology industry.
UmojaHack Africa 2021, a data science hackathon for students will take place from 27-28 March 2021 with participants from across Africa.
VeggieVictory has secured an undisclosed amount in a pre-seed round led by Sustainable Food Ventures, Capital V, Kale United, and Thrive Worldwide.
Cape Town-based impact accelerator OceanHub Africa is calling on impact-for-profit startups focused on the ocean to apply for its accelerator programme.
Senegal-based startup, Oolu has secured $8.5-milliom in a Series B round of investment led by RP Global, an independent renewable energy developer.
Despite volatile cryptocurrency prices during 2020, Bitcoin has been resilient during the global economic downturn, this according to Marius Reitz from Luno