Airtel Nigeria will soon integrate the online entertainment on demand platform, Dobox on to its network, according to reliable sources. The telco will be the third Nigerian telco to do so. And in Kenya, General Electric is looking to increase the number of makers in Africa. The company will be establishing its hardware manufacturing training program in partnership with Gearbox.

Here are the stories that made the rounds across Africa today:

Airteldobox is coming soon
Airtel Nigeria and Dobox are close to signing the dotted line in a partnership that’ll see Airtel become the third Nigerian telco to sign on Dobox in their OTT content play.

General Electric is opening its Hardware Manufacturing Program in Kenya
General Electric Africa has revealed that it is partnering with Gearbox to introduce its technical skill acquisition workshop in Kenya.

Etranzact approves dividend for shareholders
Electronic banking solutions provider, etranzact declared dividend of five kobo per share to its shareholders at its AGM held yesterday.

Pitch for Impact Competition holds today
Eight Kenyan startup will be pitching for $100,000 prize at the Pitch for Impact Competition holding today.

KejaHunt Wins UberPitch in Nairobi
Properties-search startup, KejaHunt has been declared winner of the UberPitch event and has now qualified for the PIVOT East workshop.

UberIcecream in Lagos
Individuals can now order ice cream via the Uber app.

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Thousands throng Pre-Global Entrepreneurship Summit Expo 2015
Thousands of Kenyans from all walks of life thronged the Kenyatta International Conference Centre to interact and see for themselves what innovators had to offer at the just concluded Pre-Global Entrepreneurship Summit Expo 2015.

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