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The Airbnb Apocalypse – Tech News Weekly 130

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yO7tet_UY3g Airbnb's Uncertain Future Due to COVID-19, Ethical Online Purchases, Virtual Live Concerts, and Wi-Fi 6E. •...

Fiam WiFi Plans to Bring Affordable, Reliable Internet to Lagos

Fiam Wifi, a new telecommunication company has launched its services in Nigeria to provide affordable and reliable Internet connectivity to people, especially...

Flutterwave launches eCommerce platform for small businesses in Africa

Lagos and San Francisco-based fintech startup, Flutterwave has launched Flutterwave Store, an online portal that lets African merchants sell online by creating digital shops.

After having a fantastic 2019, the year 2020 has been tough for OPay

OPay is having a difficult 2020 OPay became a household name in Lagos, Nigeria last year. At the start...

Ex Andela Engineer publicly launches software development and training company

Enyata is a software development and training company founded by former Andela software engineer Oladayo Oyelade. The company which was founded less...

In Nigeria, PalmPay waives fees and creates ₦100M COVID-19 payout fund

Africa-focused payment startup PalmPay will waive transfer fees in Nigeria and offer direct payouts to customers who have contracted COVID-19 in the West African...
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Zenda gets $9.4M to streamline school fee payment and management

Zenda, a UAE-based startup looking to change how parents pay school bills, and the way educational institutions manage...

Ghanaian agtech Farmerline to use new funding to strengthen its infrastructure, help farmers create wealth

A McKinsey and Co. study suggests that while sub-Saharan Africa has the potential to increase (even triple) its agricultural output...

Stitch launches ‘LinkPay’ to enable tokenised one-click bank transfers in South Africa and Nigeria

Stitch, a South African-based payments and data API fintech, announced today the launch of LinkPay, a product...

Twitter accepts Elon Musk’s $44 billion offer to buy the company. Users are bracing for changes

Twitter has accepted Elon Musk’s offer to purchase the company for roughly $44 billion. The social media...