Savannah Fund invests in African startups looking to scale across the continent as well as global startups looking to enter African markets. In doing so we provide a much needed bridge from Africa to the world and vice-versa. We are tech focused investor.

To date the fund has invested in over 31 startups in Africa including startups from Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria, Zimbabwe and South Africa. These startups range across a number of different sectors including Agtech, Content, E-commerce, Edtech, Enterprise, Fintech, Healthcare and Logistics.

By Region
 
 
 
East Africa
East Africa with a population of over 200 million. Savannah Fund has a core presence in Arusha, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya. Savannah Fund has made most of investments in this region.
Kenya
Tanzania
Uganda
Rwanda
Ethiopia
Southern Africa
Savannah Fund began investing in Southern Africa in 2014, leading an investment into BabyGroup and participating in Wyzetalk.
South Africa
Botswana
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Namibia
Lesotho
Malawi
West Africa
Ghana and Nigeria are the main focuses of Savannah Fund's investments in the region with Ecommerce and logistics focus due to size of the Nigeria market.
Nigeria
Ghana