New Chapter For The African Continent: Yet Another Smart Phone Factory To Be Launched In SA

New reports indicate that a smartphone factory will be officially launched in South Africa this Thursday. This development comes a

Japanese Grant Offers Relief To Thousands Of Liberian Small-Scale Fishermen

Small scale fishing is a source of income for more than 17,000 inhabitants along the Atlantic coast of Liberia. Most

Ramaphosa Keen To Make SA Destination Of Choice: Makes Key Changes To Improve Ease Of Doing Business

It is without a doubt that South Africa is Africa’s most industrialized market. It is also one of the most

ZAR 100 Mn Fund Launched For Women-Led Startups In Southern Africa

Access to funding is a challenge faced by all entrepreneurs looking to grow. On average, 30 percent of SME owners


Naspers Unveils Plans To Grow Investments In Africa After Successful Listing Of Prosus On Euronext

Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa who heads Naspers‘ activities in South Africa has announced that Naspers Foundry, a subsidiary of Naspers will be

What’s The Right Round Size For Your Stage?

An often-heard question among African entrepreneurs and investors is “does the Silicon Valley model work in Africa?” The Silicon Valley

UK Government Disburses USD 172 Mn To Fund Major Electricity Project In Angola

As of 2016, Angola was reported to have an electricity access rate of 40.52 percent, this is according to the

Zambia Spends Over USD 107 Mn On Digital Infrastructure

Zambia’s Deputy Secretary to Cabinet Christopher Mvunga has disclosed that the government has so far invested over USD 107 Mn

Coca Cola To Inject USD 1 Bn In Its African Business

Bruno Pietracci, the president of the Southern and East Africa business unit of the Coca-Cola Company has revealed that the

Blockchain Startup DappRadar Raises ZAR 34 Mn Seed Funding Led By Naspers

Technology investor Naspers through its Naspers Ventures division has led a ZAR 34 Mn seed funding round in DappRadar, a

South Africa Lands Significant Investment As It Prepares For The Fourth Industrial Revolution

As the fourth industrial revolution nears(4IR), South Africa has continued to position itself not as an adopter but a leader

Africa’s Renewable Energy Sector Gets Major Boost With This Multi-Million Investment

Although Africa has not taken maximum advantage of its renewable energy resources, the continent has increased its renewable energy capacity.