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  • April 28 2023

Startup accelerators are failing in South Africa: What is the cause and solution?

In March this year, Naspers shut down its R1.4 billion venture capital fund slash accelerator, the Naspers Foundry. The reason given for its unexpected sunsetting was that the “global investment environment, as well as the local SA one, has changed and we have made clear the need for our business to adapt,” a spokesperson for […]

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  • April 28 2023

Making ChatGPT and other AI tools work for business

It has long been predicted that artificial intelligence (AI) will trend this year, with companies across the world using this emerging technology in various ways to make their businesses more efficient. ChatGPT’s entry into the field of mainstream technology is shining an even brighter spotlight on AI, with many people and businesses looking to adopt […]

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  • April 28 2023

👨🏿‍🚀TechCabal Daily – Meta loses again in Kenya

Lire en français Read this email in French. 28 APRIL, 2023 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TGIF And we really mean it; it’s been a hectic week. This week, we launched Entering Tech Shorts, a 60-second show that provides young people with valuable insights and tips on how to enter the tech industry. If you want to […]

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  • April 27 2023

Can family lending boost financial inclusion in Nigeria?

Lending among family and friends is integral to the Nigerian financial landscape, particularly in the informal sector where access to formal financial services is limited.  Fig. 1: The rate of access to financial services in 2020. In Nigeria, more than 1 in 2 Nigerian adults are financially excluded – with no access to formal financial […]

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  • April 27 2023

Can family lending boost financial inclusion in Nigeria?

Lending among family and friends is integral to the Nigerian financial landscape, particularly in the informal sector where access to formal financial services is limited.  Fig. 1: The rate of access to financial services in 2020. In Nigeria, more than 1 in 2 Nigerian adults are financially excluded – with no access to formal financial […]

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  • April 27 2023

Can family lending boost financial inclusion in Nigeria?

Lending among family and friends is integral to the Nigerian financial landscape, particularly in the informal sector where access to formal financial services is limited.  Fig. 1: The rate of access to financial services in 2020. In Nigeria, more than 1 in 2 Nigerian adults are financially excluded – with no access to formal financial […]

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  • April 27 2023

Can family lending boost financial inclusion in Nigeria?

Lending among family and friends is integral to the Nigerian financial landscape, particularly in the informal sector where access to formal financial services is limited.  Fig. 1: The rate of access to financial services in 2020. In Nigeria, more than 1 in 2 Nigerian adults are financially excluded – with no access to formal financial […]

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  • April 27 2023

Uber and Bolt vs drivers union: drivers share their opinion

Last week, we reported the most recent fallout between Uber, Bolt and the Nigerian ride-hailing union-AUATWON. The fallout centres on Uber and Bolt challenging the legality of the newly formed AUATWON. This reporter interviewed drivers of Bolt and Uber, and they spoke about their understanding of the situation.  Celestine Finbar has been a long-standing driver […]

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  • April 27 2023

How to pay for Apple Music using airtime

Since the ban on dollar transactions on naira cards, many Nigerians have faced payment difficulties for different services owned by international brands. One of the most notable sectors Nigerians have a hard time using are global music streaming services like Spotify, YouTube Music Premium, and Apple Music. However, to ease the stress of a part […]

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  • April 27 2023

How to pay for Apple Music using airtime

Since the ban on dollar transactions on naira cards, many Nigerians have faced payment difficulties for different services owned by international brands. One of the most notable sectors Nigerians have a hard time using are global music streaming services like Spotify, YouTube Music Premium, and Apple Music. However, to ease the stress of a part […]

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