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Africa’s ride-hail markets are hot spots for startups and VC – TechCrunch

When it comes to VC, vehicles, and startups, Africa’s ride-hail markets are becoming a multi-wheeled and global affair. The big…

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Yamaha backs MAX, Founders Factory and Norrsken support startups, inside Ethiopia’s tech scene – TechCrunch

Competition in Africa’s two-wheel ride-hail market is accelerating. Nigerian motorcycle transit startup MAX.ng was the latest startup to add funding,…

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Telegram’s crypto tokens are (kind of) going on sale to the public for the first time – TechCrunch

Telegram, the most hyped ICO in the history of ICOs, is finally making its tokens available to retail investors through…

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Diving deep into Africa’s blossoming tech scene – TechCrunch

Jumia may be the first startup you’ve heard of from Africa. But the e-commerce venture that recently listed on the…

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These startups are locating in SF and Africa to win in global fintech – TechCrunch

To become a global fintech player, locate your company in San Francisco and Africa. That’s the approach of payments company…

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Zipline’s new $190 million funding means it’s the newest billion dollar contender in the game of drones – TechCrunch

With a valuation of over $1 billion and $190 million in new financing, Zipline has become the latest contender to…

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Jumia’s IPO, DHL launches Africa e-Shop, Cathay’s $168M VC fund, ConnectMed acquired – TechCrunch

The biggest news in a month of weighty African headlines was Jumia listing on the New York Stock Exchange. After…

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Drone delivery startup Zipline launches UAV medical program in Ghana – TechCrunch

Zipline, the San Francisco-based UAV manufacturer and logistics services provider, has launched a program in Ghana today for drone delivery…

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Jumia files for IPO, OneFi acquires Amplify, FlexClub expands in Mexico – TechCrunch

Less than a decade ago IPOs, acquisitions, and global expansion by African startups were more possibility than reality. March saw…