Mobility Startup Articles in Africa

west africa mobility startup plentywaka raises $1.2m acquires stabus ghana

Plentywaka , the hassle-free on-demand ride mobility platform has acquired Stabus , a Ghanaian mobility startup. This is part of Plentywaka's plan to build the largest shared mobility platform across Africa. Stabus was launched in 2019 by Isidore Kpotufe and has moved 100,000 people across the capital Accra. Its services include the provision of staff buses for multinationals and the daily bus-stop transportation for the public. Stabus will now be referred to as Plentywaka Gha

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5 african startups win award at the siemens stiftung competition for e-mobility solutions

The Siemens Stiftung competition on electric mobility solutions made in Africa for Africa awarded 5 outstanding Africans with prize money ranging from 10,000 to 50,000. The funds will go towards product development, service expansion, and creating a strong market presence. Apart from the innovative solutions, the winners stand out for their sustainable and inclusive business models. Over 100 applications from 19 African countries were submitted. Winners were determine

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ivory coast mobility startup mojaride partners with o-city

for transportation services across Abidjan. MojaRide was founded in 2020 to give commuters an easy way of booking and paying for digital rides. Meanwhile transport operators can carefully manage their fleet routes and payment methods. MojaRide is based in Abidjan, a city with over 350,000 ' woro-woro' share taxis and 8,000 ' Gbaka ' minibusses. All are run by independent vehicle owners. Since its launch, MojaRide has acquired a lead market share on multiple transportation services ac

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kenyan electric mobility startup steering the clean energy revolution with launch of motorcycle fleet

has launched an Electric Vehicle mobility-as-a-service alternative to cater to the city's highly fragmented public transport sector. Global venture builder Satgana is the principal backer behind Mazi Mobility's flagship electric mobility fleet. Mazi uses motorcycles referred to locally as bodabodas to lead the transition to clean yet affordable transport alternatives in the city. Today's launch culminated in the unveiling of Magnus 3000 (M3K) which stands as an alternative to

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kenyan e-mobility startup ecobodaa secures funding

Nairobi-based tech startup Ecobodaa has secured an undisclosed amount of funding from Persistent , Zurich-based venture capital and private equity firm that focuses on investing in the off-grid energy sector. Not only has Persistent invested an undisclosed amount of funding into the innovative tech startup but it has also entered a strategic partnership with Ecobodaa. Mia von Koschitzky-Kimani, Cheif Venture Builder at Persistent comments on the partnership and investme

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ecobodaa, kenya mobility startup secures undisclosed funding round from persistent energy capital

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