A small team led by one Nnamdi Ejiogu is building tammah, an online video platform whose value proposition is that they want to help fix Africa’s singular narrative problem. You know, when a lot of the media representation Africa gets points to its shortcomings, stereotypes begin to form and eez nor good. Think of tammah like YouTube, but for African indie content. Support them on Kickstarter if you like the idea. Bless.
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“Between Spleet and Fibre, we created this market. Fibre made a mistake in that they wanted to break things fast and like you know, they’ve slowed down drastically. At Spleet, it’s the other way around and we will slowly grow and try to adhere to the complexities of the market.”
A year after it raised a seed round of $3.1m, Nigerian Edtech platform uLesson founded by former Konga’s CEO Sim Shagaya, announced today that it has closed a $7.5m Series A round. uLesson, which was founded in 2019, is working on bridging the educational gaps for K-7 to K-12 students across Africa by delivering affordable, […]
In 2020, Tech Cabal ran a survey to find out which period apps were common in Africa; the focus was on Nigeria. The survey reached women at the peak of their reproductive life (between 18 and 35). It asked what they tracked with these apps and how much they cared about the privacy of the […]