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BUY AFRICAN! GROW AFRICA!

Posted by Cheryl Nyawade on

The piece below is on economic equality and not about race or discrimination. According to Brandsouthafrica, “Buying locally made goods is not just about patriotism. It’s about investing in the country, economic growth and job creation”.
At the beginning of 2017, I drafted a personal creed to become more aware of my consumption habits. It’s now my preference to spend my money on products or services made in Africa by Africans.

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Afri-Commerce and Payment Methods in Sub Saharan Africa

Posted by Tshiwela Ncube on

One of the challenges that are faced by Afri-Commerce business is that a large segment of the African population is unbanked. According to the World Bank, 66% of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa are unbanked and therefore financially excluded from the economic ecosystem. This is due to high costs, paper work or even the distance to travel to traditional banks. However, based on the 2018 GSMA report, Sub-Saharan Africa’s unique mobile subscriber penetration was at 44% at the end of 2017 and predict that it will be at 52% by 2025

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African countries dominating the Afri-Commerce Space

Posted by Tshiwela Ncube on

Afri-Commerce in Africa is growing at a steady rate, according to Disrupt Africa there are around 264 eCommerce start-ups across the continent. With most of Africa’s eCommerce startups located in Nigeria followed by South Africa and Kenya

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A VUUQA LOVE

Posted by Bold Commerce Collaborator on

Make this month of love the one to remember & give cupid a run for his money with our gift ideas from local businesses. We urge you to support local businesses this Valentines and throughout the month to help grow our own. #noexcuses #valentineskenya #buylocal #supportlocal 

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Afri-Commerce

Posted by Tshiwela Ncube on

Mckinsey’s Lions go Digital report predicts that, online shopping in Africa could account up to 10% of retail sales, with a value of around $75 billion by 2025.  The reason for this rise according to ForFive is as a direct result of the increasing internet penetration in Africa.

Online shopping is a form of eCommerce which is the act of commercial transactions conducted electronically on the Internet.

Afri-Commerce is eCommerce in an African context. It is impossible to believe that eCommerce as practised in the rest of world will work in the Africa marke

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