Food Delivery

Why The Famished Business Of Food Delivery In Africa Is Ripe For A Feast

By  |  April 25, 2020

The African chapter of the food delivery business, if anything, has started to unfold.

The sector may be past nascent elsewhere, but the momentum it gathers in the continent is going past trend. A series of spinoffs and launches prove that African ventures are vying to digitize the food delivery market share. 

The Food Delivery Trend

For 2020, the business is already off to a flying start. UberEats decided to go local in South Africa. The American company which has already pocketed most of Africa’s ride-hailing profits, aims to conquer the food delivery market in the continent.

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