These are the events from the African tech space:

Jason Njoku is Giving Out NGN 1 Million to the Smartest Developers in Lagos

iROKO Partners co-founder, Jason Njoku, shared on his blog yesterday that the company is looking to hire quick-witted developers to work on iROKO’s product, design and engineering team.

NetPlus Receives PTSP License from Nigeria’s Central Bank

Nigerian e-commerce and e-payments company, NetPlus Advisory has obtained a Payment Terminal Service Provider (PTSP) approval from the country’s financial services regulator, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

‘Angel Investing in Africa’ Investor Summit will Hold this September

The African Business Angel Network, Lagos Angels Network, DEMO Africa and VC4Africa today announced ‘The African Opportunity: Angel Investing in Africa’ Investor Summit which will hold this September.

MTN’s Data Center in Johannesburg Faced A DDoS Attack on Tuesday

MTN’s data centre in Gallo Manor, Johannesburg experienced a distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attack earlier this week which led to disruption in the telco’s operations.

Green Pioneer Accelerator Graduates its Inaugural Class of 21 Startups

The Green Pioneer Accelerator is gearing up for its inaugural graduation with 21 entrepreneurs.

Safaricom’s M-PESA Now Runs on Huawei’s Mobile Money Platform

Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, Huawei has announced that its Mobile Money Platform is now supporting the M-PESA service for Safaricom.

Truppr Will Take 10 Individuals to Mount Kilimanjaro from June 28 to July 7

The social tool sport event planner, Truppr has announced an adventure journey of ten people to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain.

Magbodo Is Putting A Kinder Face on Computer Based Tests

Lagos-based startup, Magbodo Solution Services (MASS), has developed a free interactive online computer-based test gaming platform that enables students’ learn – using games centered on different educational subjects.

Chioma Nkemdilim Author

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