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Payment startup Chipper Cash raises $6M for Southern Africa expansion – TechCrunch

African cross-border fintech startup Chipper Cash has raised a $6 million seed-round led by Deciens Capital. The San Francisco-based company…

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Opera’s Africa fintech startup OPay gains $120M from Chinese investors – TechCrunch

Africa focused fintech startup OPay has raised a $120 million Series B round backed by Chinese investors. Located in Lagos…

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PalmPay launches in Nigeria on $40M round led by China’s Transsion – TechCrunch

Africa focused payment startup PalmPay has launched in Nigeria after raising a $40 million seed-round led by Chinese mobile-phone maker…

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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…