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Daily Digest Tuesday, 27 October 2020

Funding in Central Africa Assala Energy To Invest US$24M In Modernizing Gabon’s Gamba Export Infrastructure The large-scale modernization project provides for the construction, installation and engineering works of a brand new, offshore single point mooring buoy. Read more Funding In East Africa Uganda Approves US$575m Tullow Stake Sale To Total The beleaguered oil explorer has been waiting since 2017 to close its divestment in the Lake Albert Development Project, an effort repeatedly hindered by tax disagreements with Uganda government. Read more Call For Application & Other Web-Events Cape Town Launches An Innovation Challenge For Entrepreneurs Titled, Re:solve, the challenge aims to empower and encourage entrepreneurs and SMEs to create innovative solutions to current...

Assala Energy To Invest US$24M In Modernizing Gabon’s Gamba Export Infrastructure

GABON – Assala Gabon, a subsidiary of UK-based operator Assala Energy, has announced that it will spend US$24 million to modernize Gabon’s Gamba export infrastructure in the south of the country. The Gamba export buoy is crucial to the Gabonese economy, as 30% of the country’s crude oil exports passes through it. The large-scale modernization project provides for the construction, installation and engineering works of a brand new, offshore single point mooring buoy. A full inspection carried out in 2019 revealed that the previous buoy, installed over ten years ago, needed a thorough overhaul. Read also: Efficiency For Access Fund Gives US$3.7m To Solar Related Technologies In Africa “Despite the global economic...

Uganda Approves US$575m Tullow Stake Sale To Total

UGANDA – Tullow Oil has received an approval from the Ugandan government for the sale of a $575 million stake in an oil project to Total. The beleaguered oil explorer has been waiting since 2017 to close its divestment in the Lake Albert Development Project, an effort repeatedly hindered by tax disagreements with Uganda government. Read also: Kenyan Bus Management Startup Data Integrated Secures Funding Via Bond Issuance From Toyota Tsusho As it sought relief from lenders this year to avoid blowing through debt covenants, securing proceeds from the sale became key to restoring stability. “The government of Uganda and the Ugandan Revenue Authority have executed a binding tax agreement,” Tullow said...

The Power & Electricity World Africa 2020

Innovation, Investment, Infrastructure - Energy For The People A free-to-attend virtual conference and exhibition for the entire energy community 4 - 6 November 2020 | Online, Live 08:30 (GMT+2) | Coming to you live, wherever you are Read also: Enabling Growth In The Digital Economy: Lessons For And From South Africa [Opinion] Browse the Power & Electricity World Africa Virtual agenda More than 250 speakers. Over 120 hours of premium content.Check out the Power & Electricity World Africa Virtual agenda now. SEE AGENDA VIEW FULL SPEAKER LIST REGISTER FOR FREE GetFundedAfrica’s mission is to uplift people and economies in Africa through entrepreneurship; helping companies find funding, grow, create jobs and solve society’s greatest challenges GFA Attract, GFA Weekly...

Cape Town Launches An Innovation Challenge For Entrepreneurs

The Craft and Design Institute (CDI), a non-profit company, and the City of Cape Town have partnered to launch a new challenge for entrepreneurs. Titled, Re:solve, the challenge aims to empower and encourage entrepreneurs and SMEs to create innovative solutions to current issues faced in transport, hygiene, food security, education, medical care, retail, and micro-enterprises.  Read also: Toyota’s Mobility 54 Fund Will Invest $45 Million In African Startups In 2021 James Vos, Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management of the City of Cape Town explains that the project plans to tap into the creative potential of Capetonians.   “The goal is to unlock new products and solutions...

Daily Digest Monday, 26 October 2020

Funding In Africa Toyota’s Mobility 54 Fund Will Invest $45 Million In African Startups In 2021 African mobility startups may start to prepare themselves ahead of 2021 as leading Japanese vehicle manufacturer, Toyota is set to pour over $45 million in African startups next year. With its Mobility 54 investment fund, Toyota not only wants to play a key role in the development of mobility in Africa, but also to boost its vehicle sales there. Read more Efficiency For Access Fund Gives US$3.7m To Solar Related Technologies In Africa This funding follows a call for projects which saw the participation of several African start-ups, notably Jirogasy, Madagascar based connected...

Kenyan Bus Management Startup Data Integrated Secures Funding Via Bond Issuance From Toyota Tsusho

Toyota Tsusho has invested in “Data Integrated,” a startup that develops and provides operation management systems for bus operators in Kenya. The company collects bus location information in real time and provides it to businesses and passengers. Toyota Tsusho will support the digitization of bus traffic in Kenya, where it is difficult to understand the operation status. “We are very happy to welcome mobility54 a Toyota group of companies as an investor and partner,” said CEO and founder, Data Integrated, Mary Mwangi. Here Is What You Need To Know Toyota purchased Data Integrated’s convertible bonds (convertible bonds = CB) through its subsidiary CFAO, a French trading company, and Mobility 54, an investment company...

Efficiency For Access Fund Gives US$3.7m To Solar Related Technologies In Africa

AFRICA – The Efficiency for Access Research and Development Fund has allocated more than 3.75 million dollars to 20 start-ups, three of which are based in Africa for the development of solar-powered technologies. This funding follows a call for projects which saw the participation of several African start-ups, notably Jirogasy, Madagascar based connected objects and solar kits specialist.  Jirogasy developed “Jirodesk V2”, a solar computer project which aims to develop a solar-powered, all-in-one, energy-efficient computer that can be assembled locally. Read also: Ready Set Raise, An Accelerator For Women Built By Women, Announces Third Class Once the pilot project is completed, the company aims to provide solar-powered computers to more...

Toyota’s Mobility 54 Fund Will Invest $45 Million In African Startups In 2021

African mobility startups may start to prepare themselves ahead of 2021 as leading Japanese vehicle manufacturer, Toyota is set to pour over $45 million in African startups next year. With its Mobility 54 investment fund, Toyota not only wants to play a key role in the development of mobility in Africa, but also to boost its vehicle sales there.  Here Is What You Need To Know Toyota plans to invest $ 45 million in transportation and asset finance startups in Africa in 2021, Takeshi Watanabe, CEO of Mobility 54, the investment fund launched by the Japanese automaker in August, 2019.The fund targets African startups equipped with innovative mobility...

Daily Digest Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Funding In Emerging Markets FFI Set To Close $42bn Financial Gap Among African Women Speaking at a zoom meeting titled: “Ready to Thrive”, Chief Executive/Founder of FFI, Ms. Aysha Julie, said Africa has become the first continent of female entrepreneurship where 27 percent of women in Africa create businesses, the highest rate globally. Read more Ready Set Raise, An Accelerator For Women Built By Women, Announces Third Class This year, as funding for female founders drops to 2017 levels, Feinzaig realized why accelerators, hers included, might not work for women as well as they work for men: demo day. A common culminating event in most accelerators, demo day is an...

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