South African-born global cryptocurrency start-up Coindirect has raised €1-million (about R16-million) in an investment round led by Concentric, with participation from Blockchain.com and MakerDAO.
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An episode of TalkCentral that focused on the future of DStv was TechCentral’s most popular podcast in July 2018, statistics from platform partner iono.fm reveal.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod interviews entrepreneur and newly published author Nic Haralambous about his the highlights and dark side of entrepreneurship and why he wrote a
NicSocks started as a unique and highly niche e-commerce business that focused on making and selling designer socks for men. But the business, started by Nic Haralambous, is now turning into a broader men’s fashion play as demand for clothing accessories catches up with global trends. Johannesburg-raised
Mxit chief product officer Vincent Maher has left the social network, where he spearheaded the transition from feature phones to smartphones, and has been named as chief innovation officer at Kagiso Media. Maher, who co-founded Motribe with Nic Haralambous – the business was later sold to Mxit – will look after the development
Convergence Partners is the newest investor in 4Di Capital’s venture capital (VC) fund. The technology investment management firm, founded and controlled by businessman Andile Ngcaba, will be an equal limited partner in the fund alongside Reinet (the Rupert family) and E Oppenheimer & Son
If I told you online shopping is the next big thing to hit South Africa, you might think I was living in 1995. So-called experts will tell you big brands like Amazon and Kalahari have the market sewn up. They have the scale, the supply chains and the deep pockets to dominate the market completely
Mobile messaging platform and social network Mxit has acquired Cape Town-based start-up Motribe for an undisclosed amount of money. Motribe was founded two years ago by Nic Haralambous and Vincent Maher and is 30% owned by local start-up investment firm 4Di Capital. Motribe, which employs eight
Since 4 March, a new social discovery app on SA social networking service MXit has attracted more than 400 000 users. And it’s already generating enough revenue to cover its costs. The app, called JudgeME, helps people meet each other by uploading photos and answering a handful of questions. Other users can guess