Podcast | South Africa’s exchange control regulations are harming the potential of South Africa’s technology start-up ecosystem, says Newtown Partners’ Llew Claasen.
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Imperial, the JSE-listed logistics group, has partnered with early-stage venture capital firm Newtown Partners to launch a corporate venture capital fund focused on investing its start-ups in the logistics space.
In this episode of the podcast, Jonathan Ovadia, co-founder and CEO of Ovex, a relatively new cryptocurrency exchange based in Cape Town, joins TechCentral’s Duncan McLeod for a discussion on the crypto market.
The venture capital community in South Africa is too risk averse and doesn’t understand the start-up model, particularly when it comes to high-growth start-ups. That’s the view of San Francisco-based South African Internet
Technology-powered home cleaning services start-up SweepSouth, fresh from raising R10m in new funding, is gearing up to expand to its fourth South African city and is also contemplating its first foray outside South Africa, its co-founder, Aisha
South African technology entrepreneur and venture capitalist Llew Claasen has been named as executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation, effective 1 July. Claasen, who is based in Cape Town, is managing partner
Technology-powered South African start-up SweepSouth, which provides online, on-demand home cleaning services, has secured R10m in new venture capital funding, it said on Monday. The funding comes from the Vumela Fund, as well