About 6 months ago, I looked at myself in the mirror and decided enough was enough. The past 4 years had been successful: my wife and I had watched our two baby daughters blossom into beautiful personalities of their own, and my business ventures were going well. But looking in the mirror, I realised that it had come at the cost of my physical health. I looked terrible, and felt even worse.
Programme launched to reform and strengthen Zimbabwe’s capital market
Harare – Zimbabwe is looking for readmission into the Standards and Poor’s Jones Indices (S&P DJI) also known as S&P African indices, as it puts hope on foreign currency allocation from the interbank foreign exchange market|Raynold Mhotseka, EQUITY AXIS||
Meet SafeBoda, the African ride-hailing and fintech company
Ugandan bike-hailing startup, SafeBoda has secured a Series B investment co-led by Allianz X and Go-Ventures. This was announced on Tuesday, May 7 by Allianz X.
Allianz X is the digital investment unit of Germany’s Allianz Group, and part of the group’s Renewal Agenda while Go-Ventures is the venture capital arm of Indonesian startup—GOJEK, investing globally in early-stage ventures.
Allianz revenue of 130.6 billion euros places it firmly in the top 5 largest financial services companies in the world. Allianz X invest in digital growth companies that are part of their ecosystems related to insurance: Mobility, Connected Property, Connected Health, Wealth Management & Retirement, and Data Intelligence & Cybersecurity while also helping to drive innovation across Allianz operating entities.