1. Jumia sued for 'false and misleading statements'

    A Jumia delivery driver on his motorbike

    Jumia is being sued by investors who accuse the online retailer of making "materially false and misleading statements".

    The investors allege the e-commerce giant made misleading claims or omitted information regarding its orders, cancellations and undelivered or returned orders.

    The website techcrunch reported that Jumia CEO Sacha Poignonnec responded that Jumia would not be "distracted by those who look to create doubt, to profit at our expense and that of our long-term stakeholders”.

    He referred to the claims as "market rumors rather than facts”.

    In March, Jumia, whose main customer base is in Africa, was listed on the New York stock exchange.

    In 2016, it was valued at $1bn (£800m). The company offers a range of online goods and has branched into food delivery, hotel and flight booking and mobile tariffs.

    Read more: Jumia goes on NY Stock Exchange

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    Video caption: The app bringing fast food to Africa's urbanites

    As more people move into cities, the Jumia Food app is proving to be a quick way of getting your dishes on demand.