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Drum roll! StarTimes Media has signed an MOU with the Association of African Universities (AAU) to scale access to higher education. The deal will allow StarTimes stream educational videos on diverse disciplines from the AAU on its platforms free of charge.
Next, Egypt-based fintech platform, Money Fellows have secured $4 million Series A funding. The fund will be leveraged to foster expansion across Egypt and Africa.
Call! Applications has opened for the Inclusive Fintech 50 challenge. The entry is open to early-stage fintechs with solutions that aims at financial inclusion. The competition aims to identify startups with solutions across credit, insurance, payments & remittances, savings & personal financial management, or infrastructure.
Also, On-demand bus-sharing platform, Plentywaka has launched a logistics arm called “Logistics by Plentywaka.” Available on Playstore and iOS App Store, the company will offer its customers same-day service ranging through cooling vans, trucks, and bikes, depending on the package being transported.
Finally, Apple unveiled its iOS 14 feature at its virtual Worldwide Developers Conference 2020. The iOS 14 will come with; widgets in home screens, Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature, and a smarter Siri.
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