3 Trucks Packed Full With Seized OPay Bikes In Latest Action Against Bike-Hailing Firms In Lagos

Barely a week after it was revealed that officials of Lagos State Chapter of the National Union of Road Transport

Why Twiga’s USD 30 Mn Is A Good Omen For Africa’s Food And Retail Sectors

The African livelihood and employment sector heavily relies on agriculture. Forming a significant portion of the economies on the continent,

Why Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey Is Moving To Africa In 2020 After Recent Tour

Jack Dorsey, the CEO and co-founder of Twitter and Square, was in Africa for most of November. Dorsey was visiting

Kenya’s Rural-Focused eCommerce Startup Copia Global Bags USD 26 Mn Series-B

Copia Global — an e-commerce platform serving unbanked customers in rural Kenya — has raised a USD 26 Mn round

After Cameroon, Jumia Abandons Yet Another African Market

Just a few days after word got out that the biggest e-commerce player in Africa, Jumia, has called it quits

Google And IBM Don’t Care About College Degrees – Should African Tech Companies Follow Suit?

Go through school, study well, get that degree, land a great job and attend to business – an age-old maxim

3 African Countries That Are Likely Next To Enact A Startup Act After Tunisia & Senegal

In 2012, Italy became the first country to introduce a startup act globally. In 2018, Tunisia — a country in

More Survivors Urged To Come Forward As #StopRobbingUs Campaign Gathers Steam

Nigeria’s tech leaders are calling for many more survivors of the systematic attacks of rogue/corrupt police officers on the country’s

South African PropTech Startup HouseMe Raises Additional Funding

Cape Town-based proptech startup HouseMe has raised an additional round of multimillion rands of funding from a large private fund.

Carpooling Versus Ride-Hailing: How They Are Making A Difference In African Cities

Uber. Bolt (Taxify). InDriver. All these are some of the “cab-hailing services” vying for the African market share. While the

Sim Shagaya’s Yet-To-Launch Edtech Startup uLesson Raises USD 3.1 Mn Seed Round

Sim Shagaya, the Nigerian serial tech entrepreneur who is known for founding Konga, E-motion, the now-defunct Dealdey, and four other

Is There Such A Thing As “Too Much Fintech”? – The View From A Been-There-Done-That Founder

Much Ado About Fintech! The last couple of weeks have been nothing short of insane for Nigerian fintech, with the