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Goldman leads $30M Twiga raise, China grows tech influence, Jumia weathers lockup-expiry – TechCrunch

Kenya’s Twiga Foods raised a total of $30 million in October from lenders and investors led by Goldman Sachs. This…

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CcHub’s iHub acquisition, Andela’s $50M run-rate and layoffs, Transsion’s IPO – TechCrunch

Two of Africa’s powerhouse tech incubators joined forces in September. Nigerian innovation center and seed-fund CcHub acquired Nairobi based iHub. The…

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Nigeria’s CcHub acquires Kenya’s iHub to create mega Africa incubator – TechCrunch

Two of Africa’s powerhouse tech incubators will join forces. Nigerian innovation center and seed-fund CcHub has acquired Nairobi based iHub…

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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…