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African e-logistics startup Kobo360 has announced the close of a USD 20 Mn Series A equity round led by Goldman
African Rainbow Capital acquired a 25 percent stake in South Africa’s estate planning company Capital Legacy, a business that specializes
U.K-based impact investor AgDevCo has invested €8.7 million (approximately USD 9.7 Mn) in DekelOil, a frontier agribusiness operating in the
Kenyan social enterprise startup Raino Tech4Impact has gotten USD 100 K in equity investments for emerging as the winning team
On Thursday, Egyptian electronics payment company Fawry listed its shares on the Egyptian Stock Exchange. In what is the first
It has been a busy Nigerian year for the Opera company. Just a few months ago, the company entered the
TechAdvance, a Lagos-based payment application development company has secured USD 1 Mn in corporate funding at a valuation of USD
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Africa’s top mobile phone seller Transsion is planning to go public on China’s Stock Market and could raise up to
Amsterdam-based impact enterprise NOTS Solar Lamps has joined forces with the government of Rwanda, agreeing on USD 70 Mn terms
One of the best-known mobile phone tower operators in Sub-Saharan Africa, Helios Towers, has resumed plans for an initial public
Nigeria is ranked 146 among the 190 economies considered in the ease of doing business rating by the World Bank.
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