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Fintech could do away with the need for ATMs. Credit: Reuters/Thomas Mukoya

African fintech startups like Flutterwave and Paystack are raising record funds to drive financial inclusion (Infographic)

If you follow the right accounts for young African tech entrepreneurs on Twitter, it can feel like there’s a never ending debate about who gets funding or not in Africa.

World Bank launches program, XL Africa, to support Africa’s top tech entrepreneurs. Credit: infodev.org

World Bank launches program, XL Africa, to support Africa's top tech entrepreneurs

With support from prominent African investment groups, XL Africa will help 20 selected startups attract early stage capital of between $250,000 and $1.5 million.

Cape Town was the most important destination in 2016 for startup investments in Africa

Investment in Africa's tech start-ups on the rise

From mobile money to cargo drones and rugged portable wifi hotspots, Africa’s innovators are generating new technology to tackle consumer needs and development challenges.

African startups raised $185.7M in 2015

African startups raised $185.7M in 2015

According to the Disrupt Africa’s African Tech Startups Funding Report for 2015, 125 tech startups raised funding in 2015 around the African continent, to the tune of US$185,785,500.