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Android app developers must now give 30% of all in-app purchases to Google

Google in an announcement on Monday, 28th September, revealed that it plans to update its current policy on in-app purchase payment.

Likened to Cash App, Abeg’s P2P mobile payment play is for African millennials

On September 22, Nigeria tech Twitter was in a frenzy over the launch of a new fintech application: Abeg.

Google Drive to Automatically Delete Trashed Files

Google has revealed that it will be making an adjustment to the longevity of ‘trashed files’. In an email to users, the...

Opera Launches New Android and Desktop Browser Update

Opera has revealed new versions of its Android and desktop browsers – Android version 60 and Opera for desktop version 71.

Zimbabwe Develops Secure Video Conferencing and Messaging Software to Evade Hackers

The government of Zimbabwe has developed a secure video conferencing and messaging software to evade hackers. This development follows the recent glitch...

Kenyan water & utility startup HydroIQ launches smart billing App

Kenyan Water & Utility startup HydroIQ has launched its Smart Billing app, which enables property managers and utilities to digitize their water metering, billing,...

Lagos to enforce regulations on Uber, Bolt, others from August 20

The Lagos State Ministry of Transportation has released regulatory documents for taxi operators and ride-hailing companies like Uber, Bolt, and several others....

WhatsApp reportedly set to enable one account on multiple devices

WhatsApp is reportedly adding a new feature soon. BETAinfo, a platform not affiliated with WhatsApp Inc., speculates that the feature will make it possible...

Ikhwezi Bus Service deploys Africa’s first AI-driven wireless network

Ikhwezi Bus Service (Ikhwezi) has solidified its position as one of the most advanced transport businesses in South Africa by choosing to...

This facemask will translate and transcribe for you

Face coverings are here to stay - that seems relatively clear at this stage, regardless of where you are in the world...

Life in the future: Tech that will change the way we live

Technology has the power to do many things, and changing the world is one of them. We're privileged to...

Animation and gaming startup, Sea Monster bags $1m investment

Cape Town-based, animation, gaming, and AR/VR company, Sea Monster has secured a $1 million investment from FirstRand’s Vumela Fund. Founded in 2011,...
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South African Fintech Stitch launches Stitch Payouts in South Africa

South African API fintech Stitch has launched Stitch Payouts, a service it claims will enable businesses to send payments...

Ayoken raises $1.4M to grow its NFT marketplace for creatives

Ayoken, an NFT marketplace for creatives, has raised $1.4 million pre-seed funding to enable users grow their revenue...

Betastore gets $2.5M to solve stockouts, financing challenges for informal retailers in West and Central Africa

About 80% of household retail in sub-Saharan Africa is delivered through informal channels, which perennially face several challenges like stockouts,...

Crown Flour Mill’s economic contribution gets presidential recognition 

Crown Flour Mill Limited (CFM), the wheat milling subsidiary of Olam International, an agribusiness firm, has won Nigeria’s National...