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    Mobility Startup Zeelo Exits South Africa, Hands Reins to Ride-Sharing Rival LULA

    Zeelo, a US-based company that launched its South African operations in 2019, has decided to exit the market to focus on its core markets in the US, UK, and Ireland.

    Egypt’s dopay Secures $13.5M to Expand Digital Payroll Solutions for Underbanked Workers

    dopay’s expansion plans include the development of a self-financing lending model in collaboration with partner banks, which will leverage deposited funds to create a sustainable lending portfolio
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    Mobility Startup Zeelo Exits South Africa, Hands Reins to Ride-Sharing Rival LULA

    Zeelo, a US-based company that launched its South African operations in 2019, has decided to exit the market to focus on its core markets in the US, UK, and Ireland.

    Egypt’s dopay Secures $13.5M to Expand Digital Payroll Solutions for Underbanked Workers

    dopay’s expansion plans include the development of a self-financing lending model in collaboration with partner banks, which will leverage deposited funds to create a sustainable lending portfolio

    d.light Secures $176 Million to Expand Solar Access in East Africa

    The company’s PayGo model allows customers to pay for solar products in installments using mobile money.

    New US Parole Program Offers 5-Year Visa to African Startups with $260K+ Raised

    To qualify, entrepreneur must have a significant ownership stake (at least 10%) in a U.S.-based startup that was formed within the last five years.