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Proptech Africa launches to disrupt property market

Proptech Africa launches to disrupt property market

US$4.6-billion understood to have been invested in the global property technology.

SA's PayGate predicts 30% increase in Black Friday sales

SA's PayGate predicts 30% increase in Black Friday sales

In 2018 the company processed 64% of Black Friday transactions and it believes this could increase to 70% in 2019.

Mobile money agents cash in on Zimbabwe’s cash crunch

Mobile money agents cash in on Zimbabwe's cash crunch

Premiums of up to 40% charged on balances cashed out from mobile wallets as local banks struggle to meet demand for notes and coins.

Malawi backtracks on 1% mobile money tax

Malawi backtracks on 1% mobile money tax

TNM, Cama among companies and organisations that lobbied government.

Building Nigeria’s e-commerce sector with online and bricks & mortar

Building Nigeria's e-commerce sector with online and bricks & mortar

One Kiosk Africa executive offers perspective on the local market.

Africa’s interest in Bitcoin on the rise

Africa's interest in Bitcoin on the rise

According to recent research released by cryptocurrency exchange Binance.

Digital services firm Incubeta South Africa announces new MD

Digital services firm Incubeta South Africa announces new MD

Appointment forms part of an aggressive growth strategy.

Capital will enable Cairo-based start-up to reach 50% of Egypt's population within the next two years.

Egyptian e-commerce start-up MaxAB secures US$6.2-million funding

Capital will enable Cairo-based start-up to reach 50% of Egypt's population within the next two years.

Solar firm BBOXX secures additional US$50-million

Solar firm BBOXX secures additional US$50-million

Pay-as-you-go company to scale faster with latest Series D funding.

Malawi introduces 1% tax on mobile money transactions

Malawi introduces 1% tax on mobile money transactions

Critics believe administration has changed or abandoned its original agenda.

Internal fraud rocks Jumia

Internal fraud rocks Jumia

E-commerce platform said it is aware of incidents within its Nigeria operation.