Don’t miss these stories from the African tech space today:
Everjobs is planning to expand its job classifieds platform into Senegal, Ivory Coast and Uganda in the coming weeks.
Facebook’s internet thrust project, internet.org, will debut in Nigeria this May.
Ghana’s startup investor and incubator, Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) and South Korean OEM, Samsung Electronics have teamed up to equip entrepreneurs in West Africa.
The regional office of South Africa-based telco, MTN in Abuja was reportedly shut down on Wednesday after it was picketed by a group protesting the ongoing xenophobic attacks on Nigerian and other Africans in South Africa.
The project is a global weather experiment aimed at building students’ skills, which spans computing, meteorology, geography and is targeted at students aged between 11 and 16 years old.
The financial service platform, MasterCard has granted an acquiring license to Unified Payment Service Limited, a shared infrastructure for the Nigerian banking sector.
Facebook’s new caller ID app, Hello will allow users detect caller IDs of unknown numbers, block unwanted calls and search for people, businesses and places.
The website features a map that displays red dots signifying generated Xenophobic reports which can be unbundled to display specific color-coded categories of reports including police activity and evacuation.
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