Tag "economy"

Kenya turns to M-Pesa mobile-money to stem the spread of COVID-19

March 16, 2020 0

Kenya’s largest teleco, Safaricom, will implement a fee-waiver on East Africa’s leading mobile-money product, M-Pesa, to reduce the physical exchange of currency in response to

European startups applaud Commission plan to rethink stock options

March 11, 2020 0

Startups have welcomed proposals from the European Commission aimed at cutting red tape and shrinking cross-border barriers for small businesses as part of a new

Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries

March 7, 2020 0

Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading

Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries

March 7, 2020 0

Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading

Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries

March 7, 2020 0

Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading

Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries

March 7, 2020 0

Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading

Stocks fall again on continued coronavirus worries

March 7, 2020 0

Is it good news to say that stocks fell less sharply than they had on previous days? That’s the bright side of another turbulent trading

Did African startups raise $496M, $1B or $2B in 2019?

March 5, 2020 0

Five years ago, it was hard to come by any formal numbers for annual VC investment in Africa. These days the challenge is choosing which

Did African startups raise $496M, $1B or $2B in 2019?

March 5, 2020 0

Five years ago, it was hard to come by any formal numbers for annual VC investment in Africa. These days the challenge is choosing which

AWS partners with Kenya’s Safaricom on cloud and consulting services

February 28, 2020 0

Amazon Web Services has entered a partnership with Safaricom — Kenya’s largest telco, ISP and mobile payment provider — in a collaboration that could spell

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