Latest Articles by Suotunimi Orufa Contributor Payday secures $3M seed round to power the future of work for Africa. Payday, the leading Pan-African neobank issuing global (USD, EUR & GBP) accounts to Africans, has announced a $3M seed round, led by Moniepoint Inc, with participation from HoaQ, DFS Lab’s Stellar Africa Fund, Ingressive Capital... Contributor MPJ: How Angela’s fail-forward approach led her to product design. My Pivot Journal is a Ventures Africa weekly series documenting people’s career transitions from one industry to another, especially to tech. Contributor From Accra to Nairobi: these cities are Africa’s top creative hubs. In recent years, several African cities have emerged as creative hubs, attracting young and talented individuals in various fields such as music, film, fashion, art, and technology. Contributor African startups working to expand internet access across the continent. In today’s digital age, access to the internet is a fundamental requirement for economic development and social progress. Contributor Top 5 African countries with the most improved economic freedom in 2023. As the global economy continues to evolve, African nations are beginning to find their footing in terms of economic freedom. Contributor AfDB bets big on Nigeria’s tech and creative startups with a $618 million investment. Nigeria has become a go-to destination for tech and creative startups, and it’s not hard to see why. The country has produced successful tech companies such as Flutterwave, and Paystack. Contributor Nigeria’s cash crisis is taking its toll on consumer spending. It’s a Sunday, and 24-year-old Esther is standing in a queue at one of Lagos’s most popular retail stores when an announcement comes over the speakers.