A small team led by one Nnamdi Ejiogu is building tammah, an online video platform whose value proposition is that they want to help fix Africa’s singular narrative problem. You know, when a lot of the media representation Africa gets points to its shortcomings, stereotypes begin to form and eez nor good. Think of tammah like YouTube, but for African indie content. Support them on Kickstarter if you like the idea. Bless.
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Until recently, potential investors had to go to asset management companies, brokerage firms, private portfolio managers or investment firms to complete the very formal process to invest. But a new crop of mobile and web apps are leveraging tech to make investing more accessible through digital ‘retail’ investment platforms–drawing in beginner investors along the way.
A programming language isn’t something ordinarily considered capable of making a cultural statement. But Anuoluwapo Karounwi has done just that with Yorlang, a programming language designed to write small programs using Yoruba, a language native to South Western Nigeria.
As the world around us evolves, how we work reflects that evolution in the creation of new work tools and roles as well as changing job market dynamics.
As the Nigerian tech sector continues to expand and internet penetration trudges on, is our cybersecurity infrastructure growing in tandem?