Andrew Onyeama is a battle-hardened content developing prodigy and a social media specialist who started writing in bid to give people voices, make places known and provide a different perspective of the way the world works. As a tech writer at WeeTracker, he is looking to give African startups voice and make a difference altogether.
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African telemedicine market has experienced substantial growth in recent years. In 2015, the market was valued at USD 18 Bn.
The promise of e-commerce in Africa is manifesting, but just not in the way we all expected. Jumia became and
The bane of traditional bank charges is not new to many Nigerians and Africans. Aside from the hassle of visiting
We’ve known for a while now that Transsion was set to go public in a Chinese IPO. The dominating smartphone
Three European countries have earmarked USD 350 Mn to invest in Africa’s renewable energy and electricity storage. The commitment from
For the first time in the Africa, a tech hub has acquired another to become an innovation entity. Nigeria’s CcHUB
The MasterCard Foundation has unveiled a USD 200 Mn initiative to enable 3 million Senegalese youths gain access to dignified
Algiers-based ride-hailing startup TemTem has secured USD 4 Mn in what is Algeria’s largest Series A round. MENAbytes reports the
Cape Town-based edtech startup Snapplify has raised USD 2 Mn to expand its global e-learning services. The funding was received
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Yebo Fresh, a Cape Town-based online shopping service, has raised an unspecified amount of investment to expand operations. The startup
Recently, startup shutdown has become near to normal. Before now, they were merely back-fence topic founders didn’t like getting themselves
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