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Daily Digest Tuesday, 20 October 2020

Funding In North Africa

Morocco Intensifies Shift Towards Renewable Energy As Total Investments Exceed US$5.6B

According to Morocco’s Minister of Energy Aziz Rabbah, the North African country’s investments in the field of renewable energy has exceeded MAD 52 billion ($5.65 billion). Read more

Funding In West Africa

Catalyst Fund Launches A New $4.3m Accelerator Program For Ecommerce Startups In Ghana

Good news for ecommerce startups in Ghana. A new partnership between Catalyst Fund, Mastercard Foundation and MEST has birthed a new accelerator programme, known as Inclusive Digital Accelerator programme. This is Catalsyst Fund’s first expansion of its flagship inclusive fintech programme outside fintech. Read more


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Opinion Corner

A Guide To Understanding Fintech Business Funding Options

Fintech has been around for several years, and now more than ever people are starting to understand the power of technology in enhancing and automating financial services and processes. Read more


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“Entrepreneurs have to learn the power of networking and the value of mentorship, as these are the things that most entrepreneurs take for granted. And also they must know that opportunities will not come to them; they have to go out there and create them by knocking on corporate doors with proposals. Personally, I am where I am because of a business mentor who changed the way I see things.”

– Anda Maqanda, founder of AM Group in South Africa

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