August waltzes into our lives along with news from the heart of Africa. In case you missed anything, here’s the first roundup for August. You’re welcome.
Bring out the confetti!
On August 4, 2015, Addmaya, the Ugandan marketing communications startup will take its company public via IPO. #AddmayaIPO is a real thing people.
The telco announced its mega spend on severance and voluntary retirement packages as it undergoes a major restructuring process.
The goal of the hackathon is to create a platform that’ll allow citizens to not only vent about issues that are important to them but also provide a space for citizens and organisations to collaborate to solve problems.
Three African startups are to win a combined amount of US$150,000 in the fifth edition of the Innovation prize for Africa organized by the African Innovation Foundation.
Intel launched the Intel Developer Zone and Student Partnership Program last week which will offer Nigerian developers a place in the ecosystem of global technologies, tools, developers and partners.
Former Konga Marketing Vice-President, Onyeka Akumah, acquires Miss Tech, a Nigerian female-focused technology blog.
Hopefully, it’s exactly what it says.