• Suzuki_Moove

    Report: Moove & CFAO’s Suzuki Cars Receives Zero-Safety Rating.

    The Suzuki brand of vehicles from CFAO Motors and Vehicle Financing startup, Moove received zero safety ratings and are declared dangerous for our roads. For its mobility entrepreneurs in Ghana and Nigeria, Moove, an African mobility fintech firm, partnered with CFAO Motors, the continent’s most prominent automotive distribution network...
  • Roam

    Kenya’s Roam Launches Electric Buses Targeting Public Transport.

    Kenyan electric vehicle manufacturing company Roam has launched electric buses for public transport. An electric bus aimed at public transportation has been introduced by Roam Electrics, a Kenyan manufacturer of electric vehicles. The 90-passenger Rome Rapid electric bus provides space for both standing and seated travellers and is powered...
  • Treepz Ghana to pilot app-based Mass Transit in Accra.

    A Ghanaian mobility start-up, Treepz Ghana, has signed a deal to pilot an app-based mass transportation solution within the Greater Accra Metropolis. Treepz Ghana has agreed to trial an app-based mass transportation solution inside the Greater Accra Metropolis with HM Evolution Services Ltd, a renowned transport provider in Ghana....
  • 31 African startups selected for Smart Cities Innovation Programme

    Thirty-one African digital innovation startups have been chosen to participate in the Smart Cities Innovation Programme taking place in Kigali, Rwanda. Thirty-one African tech startups have been selected to take part in the Smart Cities Innovation Programme, which will help them scale up their products and services to boost...
  • Moove Raises $23 Million in Series A Funding to Democratize Vehicle Ownership in Africa

    African mobility fintech startup, Moove to provide revenue-based vehicle financing, empowering individuals across Africa to own their own vehicle. Moove, an African mobility fintech, today announced that it has raised $23 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Speedinvest and Left Lane Capital, with participation from DCM,...
  • How To Register and Drive With Bolt in Ghana

    Do you qualify to drive for Bolt in Ghana? This guide gives you all of the necessary details about the Bolt driver requirements and the processes involved. If you’re looking for a way to make money driving, starting a career as a Bolt driver in Ghana could be the...
  • Nigeria’s Autochek Launches Office in Accra, Ghana.

    Autochek, the automotive technology company that aims to build solutions for the African market, has today announced that it has commenced operations in Accra, Ghana to support the delivery of technology solutions for one of Africa’s most advanced automotive markets....
  • Bolt-Lite: A more affordable ride-hailing option from BOLT

    A leader in the ride-hailing market in Ghana, Bolt has launched the Bolt-Lite ride option in Accra. The Bolt Lite, which is already available for users in Kumasi, is 15% cheaper and offers customers the opportunity to pay less for their trips....