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Ethiopian-based edtech startup, Gebeya, closes $2 million seed funding to scale up services

Gebeya, an edtech and online software outsourcing marketplace company, announced today that it closed a $2 million seed round investment. This round was co-led by Partech Africa and Orange Digital Ventures, with Consonance Investment Managers also taking part. Read more from source article: https://techpoint.africa/2020/02/06/gebeya-raises-2m/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

GFA Daily Digest Wed, Feb. 26, 2020

East Africa Kenyan AgriTech Startups Secure $856,000 in Funding North Africa Algerian Ride-hailing Startup TemTem Secures US$4M in Series A Round Southern Africa Mauritius-based transport startup Vite raises pre-seed funding round West Africa Farmcrowdy Officially Acquires Livestock Processor, Best FoodsKudiGo, Ghanaian Fintech Startup Expands Business to Nigeria Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Mauritius-based transport startup Vite raises pre-seed funding round

Mauritius-based mobility startup Vite has raised a pre-seed funding round from Oui Capital to launch full operations after a highly successful beta testing period. Vite is the first app-based mobility company in Mauritius, which has just concluded a beta testing period that saw more than 6,500 app downloads and 500 completed trips. Read more from source article: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/01/mauritius-based-transport-startup-vite-raises-pre-seed-funding-round/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

KudiGo, Ghanaian Fintech Startup Expands Business to Nigeria

KudiGo, a Ghanaian owned fintech startup has expanded its services to Nigeria. The expansion was a part of its move to launch into new markets, both in the West and East Africa. Founded in 2018, KudiGo derived its name from a Hausa language meaning Money and Go. And as the name implies, the startup offers a mobile-first business suite that integrates retail, accounting, and payment processing into a single app dubbed KudiGo Storefront. Since inception in 2018, the startup has grown its user base to over 4000 and processed about $2.4 million transactions. Read more from source article: https://www.techgistafrica.com/news/kudigo-ghanaian-fintech-startup-expands-business-to-nigeria/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Farmcrowdy Officially Acquires Livestock Processor, Best Foods

Farmcrowdy, a Nigerian agritech startup has officially entered into the Nigerian meat market after the acquisition of Best Foods L&P Limited for an undisclosed amount. Best Foods is one of Nigeria’s largest meat processors. The deal which comes after several months of partnership between the companies will see Farmcrowdy possess majority stake in Best Foods. This includes its assets, clients and supply chain across the country. Read more from source article: https://technext.ng/2020/02/06/farmcrowdy-officially-enters-into-the-nigerian-meat-market-with-the-acquisition-of-livestock-processor-best-foods/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Algerian Ride-hailing Startup TemTem Secures US$4M in Series A Round

TemTem, a ride-hailing Startup based in Algeria has raised US$4 million in a Series A round. The investment which is said to be the largest Series A round in the country was led by Tell Venture Automotive and other undisclosed investors. “Today, TemTem has all cards in hand to become the market leader in the Algerian mobility sector. This new fundraising round confirms TemTem’s competitive position, the relevance of its strategy, and investor confidence in its strong growth potential. With this new capital, TemTem, will launch two new innovative services centred around improving the daily lives of Algerians,” the startup said in a statement to MENAbytes. Read more...

Kenyan AgriTech Startups Secure $856,000 in Funding

Three Kenyan agri-tech startups, Juhudi Kilimo, WeFarm, and Illuminum Greenhouses, have received a total of KSh85.6 million ($856,000) in funding. The startups received the funding from UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK, which therefore tasks them with developing Africa’s first solar powered smart sensors, with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technology. Read more from source article: https://kenyanwallstreet.com/kenyan-startups-secure-ksh85-6-million-in-funding/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

GFA Daily Digest Tue, Feb. 25, 2020

East Africa Funding Secured to Tackle East Africa Locust Invasion North Africa Egyptian beauty services platform Glamera expands to Saudi Southern Africa South African Airways Faces Long Haul After Funding LifelineSouth Africa’s Bitcoin Startup Centbee Raises Additional Funding After Earlier $1.3 Million West Africa Nigerian digital escrow service Vesicash raises funding from Ingressive Capital10,000 Cocoa farmers in Liberia set to benefit from USD 47.6 Million project Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

10,000 Cocoa farmers in Liberia set to benefit from USD 47.6 Million project

About 10,000 cocoa smallholder producers in Liberia will benefit from a new $47.6 million project that aims to improve their food and nutrition security and raise their incomes by modernizing cocoa farming, increasing production and developing markets. The financing agreement for the Tree Crops Extension Project II (TCEP II) was signed by correspondence by Gilbert F. Houngbo, President of IFAD and Samuel D. Tweah, Jr., Minister of Finance and Development Planning of the Republic of Liberia. Project financing includes a $11.9 million loan and $11.9 million grant from IFAD. The project will be cofinanced by the private sector ($3.4 million), the Government of Liberia ($2.5 million) and...

Nigerian digital escrow service Vesicash raises funding from Ingressive Capital

Nigerian digital escrow service Vesicash has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from Ingressive Capital to help it grow its customer base and secure key partnerships. A digital escrow service, Vesicash was built to prevent digital fraud and disputes by providing payment security for all parties involved in P2P or marketplace transaction. The startup raised US$100,000 in pre-seed funding in November 2018, and has now raised a larger round from Ingressive Capital. Aside from the funding, the VC firm will also assist Vesicash with things like go-to-market strategy, sales, marketing and securing partners. Read more from source article: https://nipc.gov.ng/2020/02/21/digital-escrow-service-vesicash-raises-funding-from-ingressive-capital/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...