Rwanda is fast turning into a preferred location for technology and innovation through a combination of visionary leadership and investment in infrastructure showing an example to other African nations.
From Lagos to Dakar, conversations abound about the future of work and how innovation continues to disrupt what we think we know. New technologies like artificial intelligence and robotics still generate understandable uncertainty about what roles humans will be able to play in the labour force in another five years. Countries with very little investments […]
Starting and running a business has some striking similarities to adventure games. The excitement and potential pitfalls against a background of courage that’s required when seeking adventure in games, remain principal ingredients to succeed as a founder, especially when it’s a ‘first’.
The Deji Alli ARM Young Talent Award (DAAYTA) by Asset & Resource Management Holding Company Limited (ARM) announced Murtala Sani of WeSabi as the first place winner of the DAAYTA 2019 award.
SIMBA Infrastructure Ltd., in partnership with Avaya, recently organized an Avaya Innovation Day forum designed to exclusively enhance customer experience and fulfilment.
If you are in the market for a quality budget-friendly smartphone to empower you to live the smart lifestyle, then check the Infinix S4 out.
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Samsung Nigeria is offering cool discounts so you can get the best out of the Easter season
In Nigeria, there are no less than 30 such initiatives targeted at getting more girls and women into technology, according to research conducted by TechCabal.
There is still no single legal framework for the regulation of the health tech sector in Nigeria. Instead, there is a reliance on the guidance of the different traditional health care areas each having their own set of guidelines and regulations.
The British High Commission to Nigeria and EFInA are convening an interactive session that brings fintech operators, investors, policy makers and hubs to explore the ways in which increased funding and enhanced regulatory harmony can grow the Nigerian Fintech ecosystem.
Since 2014, TechCabal has been committed to doing more to drive inclusion in tech than just writing about or talking about the women in the space. The Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition event is another big step in this direction.
The State of Health Tech in Nigeria looks deeply into the state of Nigeria’s health industry, the challenges facing that industry and the innovative startups working to find solutions to those challenges.
On the 23rd of March, as part of the Tech Women Lagos series, Adia Sowho, Managing Director – Nigeria/VP Commercial at Mines, shared her experience as a decision maker and leader at innovative and technologically complex Nigerian businesses
While there has been an increase in the number of women stepping into technology careers as a result of several training and mentorship initiatives, they are finding it difficult to rise through the ranks.
But, just as the web opened up these wealth of experiences to us, it also brought with it a kind of Pandora’s box that its founder had not envisioned at the time of its creation.
When we began executing in bits the many parts of the Tech Women Lagos portrait series and exhibition, we were hoping to celebrate women in the Lagos technology sector and by so doing, encourage young girls and women to aspire to careers in an industry that is still struggling to recruit and keep women in […]