These are the stories that made the rounds on the African tech space today:
She Leads Africa (SLA) has announced the second edition of its annual Entrepreneur Showcase to select the most outstanding female entrepreneurs in Africa and in the diaspora.
Etisalat Nigeria has announced a partnership deal with the e-hailing taxi service, Uber, that will see the telco work as the main data provider for Uber.
Most people wander around life without caring who owns their domain name. Not a great way to live.
SAP Africa has announced ‘Moroccan Skill for Africa Initiative’ with plans to provide 10,000 trained ICT consultants focused on Africa’s growth by 2020.
South Africa-based e-commerce platform, Kalahari has been integrated into takealot.com.
Konga’s CEO, Sim Shagaya, is inviting everyone to find bugs on the Konga Android/iOS app, and get paid for it too.
Ghostmode generates a temporary (eight digit) phone number that can be used to make and receive calls.
A couple of weeks ago, I was in a meeting with a potential client (let’s call her- Ms Gifted). Ms Gifted is a pretty talented developer, and she had recently started off in the world of freelancing.
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