Recipients can receive money with or without bank accounts
The app allows users to listen and playback Ghanaian shows
They’ve also reportedly lost $33 million since August 2015.
hapaSpace is located in Adum, in the Central Business District of Kumasi. The space will offer incubation and support services to entrepreneurs looking to set up operations in Ghana’s second-largest city.
The initiative is a partnership between Code for Africa and the International Center for Journalists. It is open to applicants from Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia.
Three African startups (two from Nigeria and one from Ghana) are currently in the the global female-focused accelerator programme, the S factory.