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GFA Daily Digest Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Funding In Northern Africa

Ed-tech Startup Play Sense Raises US$554k In Funding For Expansion

Cape Town-based Play Sense was founded by early childhood expert and author Meg Faure, Chief Executive Officer, who also founded the Baby Sense brand, and fellow occupational therapist and educator Lara Schoenfeld (COO), who also founded the Nanny ‘n Me franchise. Read more

Funding In Western Africa

Less Than Two Years After Its Seed Funding, Nigerian Edtech Startup, uLesson, Secures $7.5m In Series A Round

 uLesson is integrating mobile platforms, SD cards, culture-specific curriculum and a network of tutors to bridge educational gaps for secondary school students in Nigeria and broader Africa. Read more


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New Tech Startups Aims To Provide Affordable Groceries For Townships

Thrift online aims to alleviate food insecurity in Africa’s most vulnerable communities by improving access and decreasing costs of food and grocery items. Read more

Opinion Corner

Unpacking The Digitalization Of South African SMEs

In South Africa, many businesses have opted for mass work-from-home policies for their staff, as businesses navigate through new ways of working as a direct result of the pandemic. Read more

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