Konga has finally launched its proprietary payment method, Konga Pay, two full months (and a week), after TechCabal discovered the product and said just as much. And in South Africa, Zomato now lets us order right from the couch . Check out these and other stories making the rounds today.

Konga Pay is now ready to go

It’s been a bit more than a month since we discovered the integrated payments infrastructure Konga had in the skunkworks, the Konga Pay. Now it’s ready to deploy.

South Africans may soon begin to place food orders right from their homes on Zomato order

The India-based online platform that allows users search for restaurants and order at home says it will spread to South Africa via Zomato Order very soon..

The 2015 edition of CodeCamp is here, apply

Co-creation hub calls tech enthusiasts for its four-week training and internship program, CodeCamp.

Intel’s ‘She Will Connect’ wants to equip 5 million female techies by 2020

Intel wants to bridge the gender gap in technology participation in Africa through its digital literacy programme for females, She Will Connect.

Nailab opens applications for the 6th cycle of its incubation program

Nailab is now accepting application for its 6th startup incubation class.

Apple’s new music streaming service goes live

Apple Inc. has launched a new worldwide radio station, Beats1. The company says it will introduce its music streaming service by June 30, 2015.

Simbapay’s zero-rate money transfer services extends to Mpesa Paybill

Digital money transfer provider, SimbaPay has announced that it now supports Safaricom’s M-Pesa PayBill payment service in Kenya.

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Ratescanner wants to help you make smart loan choices

South Africa-based Ratescanner is a website that offers users options to compare rates and view diverse financial providers or banks where user can obtain loans.

Top Gossip Blogs in Africa

Who doesn’t like an interesting and accurate gossip, about any other person than themselves? Definitely no one. Here are a few ones who does gossip in style.

Indie files: Five musicians that wouldn’t exist without the internet

Today, artistes are increasingly using the internet to not just help get them discovered by big music labels, but to get in front of their fans. Here are some artistes who have used the interwebs to break out of obscurity and create loyal audiences.

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