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GFA Daily Digest Thursday, 17 December 2020

Funding In Africa

Ride-Hailing Startup, Bolt, Founded By A 19-Year Old Raises Another $182m To Invade Its African Market

Mobility startups in Africa are in for a rollercoaster ride as a leading player in the African digital mobility sector, Estonia-headquartered Bolt (formerly Taxify) has just raised another $182 million to tackle its African market. Read more

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Netflix Names Strive Masiyiwa To Its Board

Masiyiwa is the founder and executive chairman of Econet Global, a telecommunications company that operates across Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America which offers phone, broadband, and satellite service, and is also a major provider of mobile payments. Read more


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West African Tech Startup Expands Offering

The partnership follows the recent investment into Gozem’s pre-series A round from AAIC and will enable access to healthcare for Africans in the Francophone sub-Saharan region. Read more

Opinion Corner

Small Business Suggestions With Small Investment in Kenya

There is a great deal of opportunity for manufacturing companies in Kenya. The local market, as well as the potential for exports, can be the driving force for the performance of manufacturing units. 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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