TechCabal Daily: In Nigeria, websites relating to #EndSARS are no longer accessible with local networks. Is the government blocking these websites?
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TechCabal Daily: Opera’s Q3 results show how well OPay is doing. What’s more: OPay is making plans to expand beyond NIgeria
25 NOV, 2020 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH & Good morning ☀️ In today’s edition: Future Africa How not to handle a crisis DStv’s big problem FUNDING FUTURE AFRICA’S BUSY Q3 “The way to build profitable ventures is to solve the biggest challenges. Our investment philosophy is that by identifying and solving challenges we can build global […]
23 NOV, 2020 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH & Good morning ☀️ Interim data from the University of Oxford shows their new COVID-19 vaccine is 70% effective… Let the good times roll! In today’s edition: Jumia’s stock rally Takealot’s results No more cheques ECOMMERCE JUMIA IS ON THE UP AND UP Weeks after releasing its Q3 results, […]
23 NOV, 2020 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH Good morning ☀️ There are only 39 days left in 2020 but as we’ve seen this year, those few days left could end up seeming like years. Let’s make the best of what’s left, shall we? In today’s edition: Economy Mobility Data ECONOMY SACHETISATION In Nigeria, the economy is […]
In Kenya, telecoms operator, Safaricom is once again in the spotlight, with lawmakers backing calls for the company to be split into two
South Africa’s broadcasting Corporation has reported losses of up to $33 million.
The top reason for its staggering losses? Only 24% of South African pay their TV licence fees
Two years after launching in Kenya, SafeBoda has announced that it will be ending its operations, after COVID-19 affected its business.
In Ethiopia, 12 telecoms companies, including MTN Group and Orange are bidding for two available telecoms licences.
The prize? Ethiopia’s 110m population with a 45% mobile penetration and only ONE state owned telecoms provider
TechCabal Daily: Africa’s leading payTv company, MultiChoice released its HY 2020 results, showing profitability in South Africa and slowing losses in Nigeria and the rest of Africa
In today’s TechCabal Daily, we look at Jumia’s earnings report for Q3 2020. Q3 was a mixed bag for Jumia. While it’s doing a great job of cutting costs, revenue continues to fall.
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TechCabal Daily: Two years after Uzabase acquired Quartz for $86 million, it has now sold the loss making business to the company’s co-founder.
TechCabal Daily: After nine months of talking about it, Jumia has taken the big step of opening its logistics service to external parties.
Will they solve Africa’s notoriously thorny logistics problem?
TechCabal Daily: Nigerian banks are making one big change. They’re changing their corporate structure to become holding companies.
What is driving this change?
TechCabal Daily: 2020 has seen the rise of the new kids on the fintech startup block focused on building APIs. What do these startups have in common?
TechCabal daily: how can startups show accountability? Two Nigerian startups, Tizeti and WeJapa’s independent investigations show us the right or wrong way to approach issues,
TechCabal Daily: in the last few years, Nigeria’s digital lending space has grown and today, there are over 30 apps that promise instant loans.
So this startup is creating a marketplace for consumers to compare loan offers.
TechCabal Daily: Months after a spectatular stock rally, MTN Group has sold its stake in ecommerce giant, Jumia
TechCabal Daily: One week after Canal+ disclosed that it owns 5% of MultiChoice shares, it has now bought even more shares, taking its share ownership to 12%
Is a hostile takeover on the cards?