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6 Dec 2020
COVID-19 has made 2020 a record year for online shopping, placing huge pressure on parcel delivery companies. As the need to work smarter and greener grows, exciting new challengers and concepts are emerging.
16 Dec 2019
Online shopping is an increasingly popular option in rural Africa for those who wish to avoid a very long trip to the nearest store. The e-commerce sector has great potential in Africa but has many hurdles to overcome.
20 Feb 2017
Learn how you can be a Local Champion with Jumia and Chigul in the final episode of the Maintain Ya Level series. Shop online at Jumia now - www.jumia.com.ng.
6 Feb 2017
Join Jumia and Chigul in the second episode of the Maintain Ya Level series and discover Chigul's tips for beating this recession. Shop online at Jumia now -  www.jumia.com.ng.
23 Nov 2016
Jumia and Chigul have partnered with the Guardian Brand Studio to create this mini-series aimed at helping Nigerians be more savvy with their money when shopping online.

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