CPT-based fintech, Finch, has become the majority shareholder in the FundingHub, as the marketplace looks to better assist local SMEs access much needed funding.
WhereIsMyTransport gets sizeable investment from Naspers as it looks to deepen its mobility and traffic data for emerging markets.
The recent investment by Vodacom in KZN sees unconnected areas nine district and 14 local municipalities receive 3G/4G base stations.
The pandemic showed hit ill-prepared businesses hardest. Now CFOs are prioritising finance platforms to be better prepared for the next few years.
According to new research from BCG, deep tech investors are shifting focus to unicorn startups that tackle pandemic-related social issues.
Xiaomi is the latest techn company looking at electric vehicles, announcing that a new project will be in development over the next decade.
World Bank Group member, IFC has invested €20 million in Bolt to “to promote access to on-demand mobility services in emerging economies”.
Saudi Arabia has invested more than $3.3 billion on three gaming studios – Activision-Blizzard, EA and Take-Two, but what’s the bigger play?
The Roc is definitely in the building, and looking to fund Bitcoin developments in Africa and India, alongside Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey.
Following his recent Dogecoin exploits at the weekend, now Elon Musk’s Tesla has snapped up $1.5 billion in Bitcoin.
As a final move by the outgoing Trump administration, nine Chinese companies including Xiaomi have been placed on investment blacklist.
The Student Hub will now be better equipped to help local TVET colleges thanks to the recent investment from Naspers.
The SA-born crypto exchange is set for a global expansion following a new acquisition of Luno by a New York-based blockchain investor.
The Indian conglomerate could offer ByteDance, and by extension TikTok, a way back into its biggest user market.
The investment marks the end of a round that generated €300 million in total.
Dimension Data is looking to enhance the offerings available from its SecOps team.
The investment forms part of the Facebook Journalism Project.
Bay TV, Soweto TV and Tshwane TV to receive R1.5 million each.