You don’t want to miss these stories that made the African Tech space today.
A report published in the 2015 Venture Capital for Africa report, has identified Nigeria and 2 other African countries as breeding grounds for startups.
Do you know that Nigerians (and Africans generally) stream content on IrokoTv majorly between 10am and 5pm…the most productive hours of the day? Bet you didn’t.
27 federal universities have been connected to the internet according to the minister of communication and technology.
A new feature has been added to the messenger app (on Facebook) that allows people to send and receive money –at no cost.
John Sculley,co founder of Obi Mobiles, has just unleashed eight new mobile devices into the Kenyan market, these phones are mostly targeted at the tech savvy youth –talk about riding on the wings of experience.
World Bank embarks on a global initiative to identify the buck of energy challenges across cities; business experts, coders, etc in Nairobi may register now.
An online commerce platform for the mobile industry to address bottlenecks in online procurement has been launched in Barcelona by GSMA.
The two companies have joined forces to bring their non-bank online lending platform to East Africa and the Indian Ocean.