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Tunisian enterprise AI startup InstaDeep raises 100M from Alpha BioNTech Google

Earnipay raises 4M to help employees in Nigeria get faster access to their salaries

Goldman backed ventures Jumia and Twiga partner on produce in Kenya

Nigerian mobilitytech startup MAX bags 31 million in Series B round set to expand across Africa build EV infrastructure

Update on Nigerian fintech firm Interswitch and its speculative IPO

Nigerias internet regulator releases draft to regulate Google Facebook TikTok and others

Nigerias Indicina raises 3M to help businesses offer credit to their customers at scale

More job cuts loom as Sendy changes course in Nigeria

Nigerian startup Taeillo raises funding to scale its online furniture ecommerce platform

Nigerias Rensource raises 20M to power African markets by solar

Zambian card issuing startup Union54 raises 12M led by Tiger Global

African genomics startup 54gene lays off 95 as COVID testing business struggles

Nigerian healthtech startup Reliance Health raises 40M led by General Atlantic

Nigerias Okra raises 1M from TLcom connecting bank accounts to apps

SendSprint by exFlutterwave executive hits market with 5 flat fee for all international money transfers

OkHi gets 15M seed extension to scale its smart address verification service across Africa

Nigerian fintech Abeg faces its biggest test yet after blitzscaling to millions of users

MAXng raises 7M round backed by Yamaha and pilots EVs in Nigeria

Metas NPE team takes a global focus with seedstage investments offices in emerging markets

After VCs spend millions Nigeria restricts ridehail motorbike taxis

Moroccos Chari valued at 100M in bridge round as it looks to pilot BNPL services

Nigerias CcHub acquires Kenyas iHub to create mega Africa incubator

Francophone African super app Gozem grabs 5M to expand and offer more services

Identity verification company Youverify extends seed funding to 25M as it expands across Africa

Catalyst Fund gets 15M from JP Morgan UK Aid to back 30 EM fintech startups

Umba a digital bank for emerging markets raises 2M Seed funding to expand across Africa

Africa Roundup: DHL invests in MallforAfrica Zipline launches in US Novastar raises 200M

mPharma raises 35million in round participated by Tinder cofounders JAM fund Bharti executive

Nigerias AltSchool raises 1M preseed to build an alternative school for Africans

Kenyas HotelOnline acquires hospitality software company HotelPlus

Africa Roundup: ToLet Acquires JumiaHouse NG Facebook announces NGHub Interswitch IPO Update

TechCrunchs Startup Battlefield is coming soon to Beirut So Paolo and Lagos

MallforAfrica and DHL launch MarketPlace Africa global ecommerce site

Kenyan B2B ecommerce platform Marketforce cut about 9 of staff in reorganization strategy

Nexford University lands 108M preSeries A to scale its flexible remote learning platform

Flutterwave and Ventures Platform CEOs will join us at Startup Battlefield Africa

Hear about the keys to local investing at Startup Battlefield Africa with Omobola Johnson and Lexi Novitske

Digital bank Umba raises 15M plans to expand into three new African markets

Odyssey Energy Solutions continues quest to electrify developing economies with 53M seed

Target Global leads 35M preseed in Nigerian online learning platform Edukoya

Why this Nigerian fintech startup is volunteering audited financials

Chinas Transsion and Kenyas Wapi Capital partner on Africa fund

2019 Africa Roundup: Jumia IPOs China goes digital Nigeria becomes fintech capital

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CrowdForce raises 36M to increase access to cash for underserved communities in Nigeria

TLcom Capital closes 71M Africa fund with plans to back 12 startups

Nigerias Sudo Africa raises 37M preseed for its cardissuing API platform

MoneyHash gets 3M to build a superAPI for payment operations in Africa Mideast

As the global venture capital market slows Africa charts its own course

CowryWise microsavings service opens high yield government bonds to everyday Nigerians