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GFA Daily Digest Thursday, 21 January 2021

Funding In Eastern Africa

Innovex, An Off-grid Energy Startup Acquires Funding From Gaia Impact Fund

Innovex is a technology startup company with hardware and software development teams offering a service 100% made in Africa. Read more

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America Taps Morocco To Lead The Charge For Africa Under the Prosper Africa Initiative

 The aim is to provide services such as business development, investment-facilitation, as well as support for improved legal and regulatory frameworks. Read more

Khumovest Launches Fund For Local SMEs

The new fund will invest in strong owner managed teams that carry out a business model and values that aims to generate long-term real value in the business they own and manage. Read more

Fincheck & TransUnion Partners To Ensure The Credit Application Process In South Africa Is Easier And More Accessible

Fincheck is able to make the process of finding the best-suited bank, lender or insurer seamless for consumers due to its deep understanding of the risk appetites of financial institutions. Read more


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Opinion Corner

Changes To The B-BBEE Landscape In 2021

Already suffering in a contracting economy, the ongoing shocks from Covid-19 has analysts predicting that 60% of SMEs will close before the crisis is over. Read more

The Big Problems With Nigeria’s Small Property Tech Market

Those charges pile up and discourage renters in a city like Lagos where property prices are high. So Dolapo founded Spleet with Akintola Adesanmi. Spleet is a property technology startup helping people in Nigeria rent houses without needing to pay costly upfront fees. Read more

Five Digital Transformation Predictions for 2021

In 2021, technology will continue to provide a path to our economic recovery – and channel partners will play a key role in guiding our progress. Read more

Investment key To SME Survival And Recovery

Yet, existing debt, lack of cash reserves, outdated financials, and an inability to operate during the national lockdown forced almost half of South African small businesses to close their doors in 2020. Read more

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