In South Africa, Project Isizwe and RADWIN are putting WiFi on buses in Tshwane. And in Lagos, Uber Lagos will showcase submissions from local developers for the Uber’s Global API challenge in partnership with TechCabal. Here are the stories that made the rounds across Africa today.

Olufunbi Falayi of Nigeria’s Passion Incubator joins iDea

One of the co-founders of Passion Incubator, Olufunbi Falayi, has resumed at IDEA Nigeria, the Nigerian government-funded incubator to manage its Lagos center.

Uber Lagos API Hackathon demo day is on the 8th of July

Dozens of Nigeria’s top developers responded to the Uber’s Global API challenge, and will be presenting their creations at a demo event on the 8th of July.

Awethu is taking applications for its six-month incubator

South Africa-based SME investment company, Awethu has opened applications to its six-month incubator program. It’s also giving $8,000 in investment to the top three incubatees.

Buses with WiFi

Project Isizwe and RADWIN, a global wireless broadband solutions provider has partnered to provide free internet access to city buses in Tshwane, South Africa.

July API Saturday is here. Register to attend in Lagos

Google Developers Group Lagos (GDG) today announced the July edition of its APISaturday event. Register to attend.

A tuition-free tech talent incubator is launching in South Africa

WeThinkCode_, a technology talent incubator is set to launch in South Africa by March 2016.

Telecoms pitched in 1.34 trillion to Nigeria’s GDP in Q1 2015

Data from Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reveal that the telecoms industry in the country contributed NGN 1.34 billion ($) or 8.38% to its economy in the first quarter of 2015.

South Africa will have 27 million internet users by 2019

This projection is contained in a report by Cisco Visual Networking Index 2015.

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Avoid idea-numbing jam with these traffic monitoring apps

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