No it’s not the year 1776 all over again. But today, we reported that startup incubators 1776 and Generation Enterprise are bringing the Challenge Cup competition to Lagos in 2016. We also reported that Code for South Africa are launching Africa’s first Data Journalism school.

What else did we wrap up for you today?

1776 And Generation Enterprise Are Bringing Challenge Cup Competition To Lagos In 2016

The next phase of the Challenge Cup competition is scheduled to hold in Lagos on January 22, 2016.

Code For South Africa Are Launching Africa’s First Data Journalism School

South Africa’s Code4SA are launching Africa’s first data journalism school, with the first intake of eight expected to start in February 2016.

Rasheeda Yehuza Is The Winner Of The 2015 Future Awards Africa Prize In Technology

Ghanaian tech entrepreneur, Rasheeda Mandeeya Yehuza emerged the winner of the 2015 Future Awards Africa 2015 prize in technology at the event that held over the weekend in Lagos.

SlimTrader Updates Its Ecommerce Solution To Allow Hotels Reward Frequent Patrons

With the customizable rewards scheme that SlimTrader is calling Mo’Rewardz, guests will get loyalty points for each reservation, and hotel staff will receive points for creating reservations on the MoBiashara.

The Rise Of Video Content Marketing Among Nigerian Banks

There’s a rising trend among banks in Nigeria: the creation of content marketing platforms.

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