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Daily Digest Monday, 14 December 2020

Funding In Southern Africa

AfricInvest Invests In South African Agritech Startup Aerobotics In Its $16.5m Series B Round

FMO, the Dutch development bank, and Cathay AfricInvest Innovation, have co-invested in Aerobotics, a South African AgriTech startup developing intelligent tools to the feed the world. Read more

Funding In Western Africa

Infrastructure Credit Guarantee InfraCredit Secures US$27m Equity Investment From InfraCo Africa

InfraCo Africa’s equity investment, made through its dedicated investment vehicle, makes InfraCo Africa an equivalent shareholder alongside the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) and Africa Finance Corporation. Read more

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Opinion Corner

How The Launch Of Three New VAT Tools Will Assist SMEs

The newly developed tools aim to transform how SMEs manage VAT and will allow businesses to prepare, submit, and store VAT returns through Xero platform and to the South Africa Reserve Bank (SARS). Read more

Data Can Help Business Recovery

Why? Because with a good foundation of data and a more acute understanding of customers, organisations will have the tools at hand to shift their business model and shape it around the needs of customers as well as identify gaps and inefficiencies in its supply chain. Read more

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GFA Attract Interview With Mostafa Khaled Abdel Akher (Entrepreneur Edition)

In this episode of GFA Attract (Entrepreneur edition) we interviewed, Mr. Mostafa who graduated from the German University in Cairo in 2013, where he received a B.A degree in Management Technology with double core majors in Economics and Innovation. Mostafa now works with Makwa. An Egyptian startup focused on innovation, Makwa aims to offer convenience in the dry clean & laundry sector, through the application of digital technology. Watch Here

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