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Ikenna Ordor, The Brian Chesky Of Luxury Cars

Ordor would say he mistakenly took the path of entrepreneurship and rode on a fast lane to success. The Nigerian tech entrepreneur offers luxury cars

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Esaal Raises $1.7 Million In Seed Funding

Esaal, an Egyptian health startup, has raised $1.7 million from a recent seed funding. The health company was founded in 2018 and so far raised

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Ubuntuland: Africa’s First Metaverse Predicted To Drastically Boost Africa’s Economy

Created by Mann Made, Ubuntuland was launched in the first quarter (Q1) of 2022 at Sandton. During the event earlier this year, Mic Mann, the

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Autochek’s Checklist Continues As It Acquires KIFAL Auto In Morocco

Autochek has a become the name that always rings a bell when it comes to the automotive technology industry. The startup was able to simplify

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Web3, The Next Big Thing Or Simply A “Buzzword”

Ever since computer and the Internet was invented, they became a huge part of our lives. They are here to stay and grow. Without them,

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NFT Rush: How Young Africans Wanna Become Billionaires

NFT is the three letters that jump out of the mouth of almost every young person in Africa trying to make more money than those

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Google’s First Product Development Center Hiring 100+ Employees In Nairobi

Google recently announced the opening of its first product development center in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital. The tech giant is set to employ more than 100

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Would Freedom Of Speech On Twitter Sit Well With Some African Governments?

When South-African born entrepreneur, Elon Musk, the richest man in the world bought Twitter; the news shook the whole world with its new Freedom of

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COVID-19: World Bank, IMF, G20, Paris Club suspend debt service

Four global multilateral institutions – World Bank, International Monetary Fund, G20 and Paris Club – yesterday agreed to a time-bound debt service payment suspension for

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COVID-19 crisis hits millions of Africans who rely on remittances

When the coronavirus began hitting Western economies, it hurt the economies of African countries, too – not only because of a loss in trade and