Let’s talk venture results, unique issues to the African startup scene, and look ahead to see if we can spy any good news on the horizon.
Payday, a Techstars-backed neobank issuing global accounts to Africans and the diaspora, has raised funding in a round led by African soonicorn Moniepoint.
Rwazi provides market insights backed by verified data collected directly from consumers, who use a web or mobile app to log their purchases.
If your marketing plan doesn’t include TikTok, YouTube Shorts or Instagram Reels, well, can you really call it a marketing plan?
What drove Africa's record deal volumes when the rest of the world was reining back the enthusiasm of 2021? We polled a few investors to find out.
We caught up with Treepz co-founder and CEO Onyeka Akumah, whom we first interviewed a year ago, to check in on the African startup's progress.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, a podcast about the business of startups, where we unpack the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.
Data indicates that Africa is not only posting year-over-year gains in venture capital fundraising, it could also be on track for a record year.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. For our Wednesday show this week, Natasha and Alex and Danny had
I am surprised that more VCs aren't investing in Africa. It smells like investing arbitrage. The pandemic has ripped the Band-Aid off investing via Zoom, making Africa is precisely as close to your in
Andela, a company working to bring the top 1% of African tech talent to engineering teams in need of capable, skilled developers, will eventually invest in the startups from those who complete its fo