Here are the top stories from the African tech space today:

Lagos ATMs Are Targets of Hack Attacks

Quite a number of ATMs (Automated Teller Machines) located in some upscale areas of Lagos (such as Victoria Island, Lekki Peninsula Phase I and II and Ikoyi) have been attacked by hackers.

In Rwanda, Kenyan Airways Travellers Can Now Pay Via Airtel Money

Airtel Rwanda has expanded payment options for Kenya Airways travellers via its mobile money platform.

Francis Dufay Becomes MD At Jumia Cote d’Ivoire

E-commerce retail giant, Jumia has appointed Francis Dufay as the Managing Director of its Cote d’Ivoire operation.

Traffic-Lite Is A Community-based Traffic Monitoring App

Traffic Lite is a traffic monitoring app that allows users upload and view real-time traffic report on their route.

Access Infra Africa (Access) Launches USD5 Million Competition To Drive Green Energy In Africa

Access Infra Africa (Access), a developer and operator of power assets in Africa has launched the Africa Co-Development Fund (ACF), a US$5m competition designed to bring together the early stage renewable projects, expertise and funding required for startups to operate across Africa.

Access To Better Technology is Why Africans Are Adopting Cloud

The latest IDC report says that access to better technology is a major driver for cloud adoption in Africa.

NewGenAngels And Angel Lab Want To Organize Boot Camps In Nigeria and Kenya

NewGenAngels and Angel Lab have partnered to hold an investing bootcamp this year in Nigeria and kenya, according to a report from Disrupt Africa.

Center4Tech Begins Training Camp For Lagos Secondary School Students

Center4Tech, the incubator and IT training division of Miu Research Limited, has kicked off a technology training camp for Lagos secondary students within the ages 9 and 14.

Airtel Kenya Begins Fundraiser For Kenyan Terror Victims

Airtel Kenya has launched a fundraising initiative for victims of the Garissa University College terrorist attack via the Airtel Money.

Huawei Launches “Seed For The Future” In Uganda

Huawei has launched its ‘Seed for the Future’ program in Uganda to sponsor ten students from the east African country to its HQ in Shenzhen, China.

Apply For Gamify It Hackathon Challenge

Applications are now open for the Gamify it Hackathon workshop scheduled to take place in Addis Ababa from May 17-20.

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Gbenga Onalaja Author

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