Africa’s first social and video commerce platform, Rabawa, has raised $163,000 from Aptive Capital, a VC firm in USA that is focused on supporting early stage startups. RABAWA’s social and video commerce solution offer resellers the opportunity to leverage social media for curating, promoting, and selling products from Manufacturers / Distributors to end-users. The platform gives
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