We’ve come to know Marek Zmyslowki only as Jovago Nigeria’s CEO, but now he is more. He is coming out as an angel investor. Marek has invested an undisclosed sum into Nigerian payments startup, Simplepay and has also joined the startup’s board, serving in an advisory capacity. And in South Africa, a Vodacom customer finally got the attention of the telco, thanks to three giant banners lampooning the company. Check out these and other stories that made the rounds across African techspace today.
Nigerian payments startup, TechCabal has learnt is adding Jovago’s CEO, Marek Zmyslowski to its board.
Aggrieved Vodacom subscriber in Fochville South Africa posted up three protest banners to let Vodacom know they were being a bad sport.
The property listing and rental startup, Ekaya, has announced it is expanding its coverage to Gauteng province, South Africa, reports Disrupt Africa.
Company CEO, Jason Njoku announced the first one today.
Buharimeter is a webapp designed by a Nigerian NGO, Democracy and Development (CCD) and BudgiT to track Nigeria’s newly inaugurated administration re its campaign promises.
The Spanish arm of Doctors Without Borders is partnering with Ebola Alert, a Nigerian Ebola prevention and response service, to test its Ebola web and mobile game app.
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Podozi is poised to meet the needs of beauty product enthusiasts across Africa. The online retail outlet showcases an inventory of over 5000 beauty products.
Sheriff Shittu, former business analyst at Nigeria’s e-tailer, Konga, is working on yet another venture. Dubbed Lokoso, Sheriff describes it as “Uber for home services.”
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