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Techpoint Africa

An insight into how venture capital firm, Oui Capital invests

After learning the ropes of financial due diligence and investments at Ingressive Capital, a Pan-African venture capital firm, Olu Oyinsan left his role as Vice President, […]
October 28th, 2020
Disrupt Africa

Kenya looks set to get its own “Startup Act” – what exactly does the proposed bill entail?

Kenya is in the process of adopting startup-specific legislation for the first time after the gazetting of “The Startup Bill, 2020”, but how does the process […]
September 28th, 2020
Techpoint Africa

Self-certification forms: The Nigerian government’s play for billions in global tax revenues

In Nigeria, every financial account holder, both individual or corporate, will now be expected to obtain a self-certification form and submit it at their respective financial […]
September 18th, 2020
WeeTracker

Deacons East Africa’s 60-Year Story Has Been Truncated By A Familiar Retail Glitch

Pullouts, shutdowns and divestments are almost becoming the new norm for retail chains across Africa, most especially in the eastern part of the continent. The latest […]
September 16th, 2020
Techpoint Africa

Trump’s DFC investment play in African private funds and startups so far

On January 2, 2020, the Trump administration launched a new agency: the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC). Acting as the US’ development bank, the agency […]
September 15th, 2020
WeeTracker

Rwanda’s Startup Act Is Next Bold Step In Its Lofty Tech Hub Ambitions

Following in the footsteps of Tunisia and most recently Senegal (both of which have adopted similar legislation), Rwanda appears to have set the ball rolling on […]
August 27th, 2020
Techpoint Africa

Meet the judges of the maiden edition of Techpoint Awards

Earlier in the year, Techpoint Africa called for preliminary nominations for its inaugural Techpint Award (Nigerian edition) which received thousands of nominations in ten different categories. […]
August 26th, 2020
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