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5 May 2020


TIA enters into co-investing agreements with Dazzle, Jozi Angels

The Department of Science and Technology’s Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) has agreed to work with and offer matching funds with two local angel investors, Jozi Angels and Dazzle Angels (SA’s first female-focused angel group).

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6 February 2020

The South African

Free course by top Cape Town investors on how to invest in start-ups

If you’re keen to become an entrepreneur but don’t yet have a great idea, why not consider supporting those who do?

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10 June 2019


Female focused Dazzle Angels close to making first investment

Dazzle Angels, SA’s first angel fund focused entirely on women-owned technology businesses, is edging closer to announcing its first deal.

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4 May 2020

Disrupt Africa

South Africa’s Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) has signed an agreement with angels networks Dazzle Angels and Jozi Angels to co-invest in early-stage startups, with one investment already made.

The TIA, a national public entity that serves to bridge the innovation chasm through financial and non-financial support, launched its Industry Matching Fund (IMF) Programme last year, operating a blended finance model between funders and industry. 

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19 December 2019


African tech startups can tap millions of dollars from new funds launched in 2019

While Africa’s venture capital (VC) sector remains small, there might be something to smile about for tech startups that operate on the continent.

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26 February 2020


Here’s where female founders can get funding for their African tech startup

Women entrepreneurs in the tech sector in Africa can tap an increasing number of options when it comes to getting funding for their business.

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