Filament Factory is hoping to raise R230 000 to locally manufacture filament.
Bellville rockers Fokofpolisiekar are using crowdfunding to create a new album. We caught up with rhythm guitarist Hunter Kennedy to find out more.
The crowdfunding industry in Africa is set to grow to around R33 billion in funding by 2025. South Africa currently dominates the crowdfunding space on all fronts.
The simple Jonga system gets community members to alert each other if there’s an intrusion in their home.
Tools such as Thundafund and Indiegogo are becoming vital to startups and small businesses.
Looking to raise startup capital or just fund an upcoming project? Try any of these crowdfunding platforms.
MAT-LINK’s ambitious goal is to eradicate late tertiary applications by 2020.
NxtGen Pioneers have a crowdfunding campaign running on Thundafund.
The #RhodesHasFallen VoiceMap aims to make residents and visitors socially aware of what they see in the Mother City.
One FM in Cape Town is looking to become the first South African crowdfunded radio station.
The ANSWER Series wants to provide thousands of learners with quality maths study guides.
Fossil Free is calling on universities, corporates and individuals to divest in big corporates contributing to climate change.
Ripple will be launched on 2015.
Mama Marikana tells the story of the forgotten women who were affected by the 2012 massacre.
A new 24-hour baby sitting service is looking to raise R650 000 on local crowdfunding site.
Meg Rickards’ aim is to stand up for abused women and children.
Computer literacy project turns to crowdfunding to help support its students.
South African rival to world-famous McSweeney’s looks to Thundafund to finance expansion.