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African Entrepreneurs Shifts to Digitization Amidst Covid-19

Five years ago, I attended President Obama’s Mandela Washington Fellowship 2015 at Dartmouth College for Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and was introduced to design thinking. I...

Facebook Launches N500m Grants Programme for SMBs in Nigeria

Facebook has announced a ₦500 million grant to support 781 small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Nigeria, as part its $100 million...

eCommerce Spend Up 30% Amid Pandemic

COVID-19 lockdown regulations coupled with store closures have resulted in several consumers turning to online shopping for essential products and services. Average...

Ghana is building a digital template for safe elections during the pandemic

Ghana has introduced technology platforms to safely aid the preparation process for its forthcoming elections. Rather than crowding registration centres, Ghanaians can now...

Covid19: Arabsat launches a new satellite initiative to help the Educational, Medical, Informative, and Civil initiative

Arab Satellite Communications Organization – Arabsat – announced the launch of a new initiative to enhance its contributions to the efforts in...
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Sub-Saharan Africa Trade Agency Appoints Kaspersky as Cybersecurity Partner

Africa House London – a trade agency established to encourage trade, commerce, and investment between the UK and a selected number of Sub-Saharan...

Paystack expands to South Africa

Paystack, a fintech company that powers growth and payments for businesses in Africa, today announced its official launch in South Africa after a six-month...

Nigerian startups could bag more government ICT contracts with new policy

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, has launched a policy that may see Nigerian startups enjoy more government ICT contracts. On...

Twitter rolls out improved ‘reply prompts’ to cut down on harmful tweets

A year ago, Twitter began testing a featurethat would prompt users to pause and reconsider before they replied to a tweet using “harmful”...