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Daily Digest, Monday 22 June 2020

Funding In Africa

A New $113M Meta Change Capital Fund Launched For African Blockchain Startups

African blockchain startups may soon be able to access a new fund set up specifically to invest in them. Known as Meta Change Capital and established by Nikola Stojanow, co-founder of. Read More

20 African Startups Selected For Google For Startups Accelerator Africa Class 5

20 African startups have been selected for Google for Startups Accelerator Africa Class 5. The selected pool of startups for this new class of Google for Startups Accelerator Africa 2020 are from Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia & Zimbabwe. Read more

The Coca-Cola Foundation Commits $ 17 Million Across Africa for Covid-19

Global beverage giant Coca-Cola through its arms, Coca-Cola Systems and Coca-Cola Foundation plans to help those most vulnerable as part of efforts towards the prevention of the spread of the virus and contributing to the recovery of local economies across Africa. Read more

VestedWorld Invests In African Early-stage Startups Vanu and GET IT

VestedWorld, the Chicago-based impact investor, has made two investments in Vanu, an Africa-focused internet software startup, and in Rwanda-based GET IT, a food distributor. Read more

Download GetFundedAfrica’s e-Guide to fundraising for start-up’s Here

Funding In North Africa

Egypt’s Edtech Startup OTO Courses Raises More Than $100k Funding For Its English Learning Platform

Founded in 2015 by Ahmed El Fadaly, Ahmed Badr & Tarek Nour, OTO Courses, previously known as OTO Englishoffers general and specialized English language courses to individuals and businesses Read more

Download a copy of GFA’s Guide To Fundraising For African Start-Ups

GetFundedAfrica is a technology-based, business information platform operated by Afriscaper Research & Consulting Limited with a mission to reduce barriers to funding for African businesses. GFA matches investor ready, African & African-Diaspora owned companies with global investors, leveraging market research, industry data and news aggregation

GFA’s must read weekend feature entitled Making Finance Work For Agriculture in Africa [Part 2] has been released. Read more

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