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Partech Ventures introduces EUR57m African fund

Partech Africa intends to focus on early stage growth funding, providing deals ranging from €500 000 million to €5 million.


Conference on modernising national and regional payment infrastructures

Raivis Joksts, digital retail payments professional, Tieto, will present at the ITWeb Modernising National and Regional Payment Infrastructures Event in March 2018.


Crypto-currency trading site launches in SA

Coindirect goes live in the country ahead of its global rollout sometime this year.


WEF tackles financial inclusion

The World Economic Forum's new financial inclusion metrics will help the world's unbanked access digital payments, savings accounts and loans.


MTN wants to be Africa's biggest bank

Africa's biggest mobile operator wants to build Mobile Money into a 60 million customer business in the next three to four years, says CEO Rob Shuter.


Bitcoin funds raise 'investor protection issues'

The US securities regulator yesterday raised concerns about the safety of Bitcoin-themed investments.


IBM returns to growth after six years

Revenue rose for the first time in 23 quarters, but IBM warns that a higher tax rate this year will eat into its profit.


Adapt IT predicts earnings growth

The JSE-listed group expects interim headline earnings per share to be between 20% and 25% higher than a year ago.


Apple to pay $38bn in foreign cash taxes

As it outlines its one-time tax payments, Apple says it plans to open a new campus as part of a five-year, $30 billion investment plan in the US.

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