We woke up to the news of Marek Zmyslowski’s departure from Jovago today. He’s moving on to other projects. So, what else did we write about today? Here goes.

“I Want To Be Involved In More Than Just One Project” – Marek Zmyslowski

Jovago’s frontman, Marek Zmyslowki has confirmed his departure from the company.

Why Android Is Swallowing Chrome OS

Alphabet Inc. has plans to fold its Chrome operating system for personal computers into its Android mobile operating system.

Accra To Host 3rd Angel Fair Africa

The 3rd annual Angel Fair Africa, where 50 investors/visionaries from within and around Africa will convene to listen to pitches, and possibly conduct business, will hold on November 5, 2015 at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Ghana.

Nigerian Payment Card, Verve, Launches Officially In East Africa

Kenyans now have even more options when it comes to cashless payments as Verve makes its official entry into the Kenyan market.

All The Reasons Why Chromebooks Are Awesome

Chromebooks could be useless when you are not jacked up to the internet. But they really are brilliant. Here are a few reasons why.

Hydrophobia And The Mechanics Of Waterproof Smartphones

At what point does hydrophobia become a good thing?

Startup Mashup: Brainstorming Ways To Solve The Security Issue

Because solving crazy problems requires crazy ideas. Also, it’s friday. Laugh a little.

What Would Happen If The Joker Met Jim Moriarty

This article focuses on The Joker, as Chris Nolan portrayed him, and Moriarty, as portrayed in the BBC Sherlock Series.

Elsewhere on the web…

Nigeria: NCC suspends regulatory services for MTN

The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) has suspended all regulatory services to MTN Nigeria.

MTN suffers S&P ratings downgrade

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has downgraded MTN’s credit rating and put the mobile network on a watch negative amid a US$5,2bn fine in Nigeria.

MTN suffers S&P ratings downgrade

Ratings agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has downgraded MTN’s credit rating and put the mobile network on a watch negative amid a US$5,2bn fine in Nigeria.

Jovago partners with Rwandair in Ghana has revealed a partnership with the Rwandair, Rwanda Airlines company. According to the company, the collaboration aims to ease the hotel search and booking process in Africa for Rwandair customers.

Ghanaian real estate platform meQasa raises $500k

Ghanaian startup meQasa, a web and mobile based real estate platform, has raised US$500,000 in funding from Malaysia-headquartered global VC firm Frontier Digital Ventures to boost its bid to become Africa’s Zillow.

Elsewhere in Africa,

Kenya Power To Train Slum Youth To Increase its Customer Base

After rolling out informal settlement power connectivity under the World Bank Program which was fully funded at a tune of SH 1.2 billion, the single national provider now targets to train the youth in the slum.


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