Daily Digest

GFA Daily Digest Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Funding In Southern Africa

Cloud-based Banking Startup bancX Secures Funding

According to Imvelo Ventures, the capacity of bancX to equalise financial services made it easier for the startup, which has growth aspirations to expand beyond Africa, to receive funding from the venture capital firm. Read more

South Africa’s Digital Bank, TymeBank Secures $110m Funding

Tyme also plans to fund its digital banking license as well as expansion to Malaysia which recently announced plans to issue up to five digital banking licenses after it issued a policy framework for online-only banks. Read more

Apply For Funding GetFundedAfrica provides equity capital from $1,000 to $50,000. For larger amounts (Above $50,000) we organize syndicated funding rounds of up to $500,000. Apply Here

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Yassir Express Opens Delivery Service In Morocco’s Rabat After Ride-hailing Service Ban In Casablanca

Although an American company, each Yassir subsidiary works independently in its territorial management and in accordance with the laws and regulations in force in each country where it operates.  Read more

My Car Guide a South African tech startup launches an automotive marketplace

The car tech startup platform partners with well-known automotive brands to provide users with access to car parts, vehicles, and automotive accessories. Read more

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