With the internet natural to them, Nigeria’s young population of digital natives could fuel the growth of the internet for decades to come.
Face-to-face learning has been one of the biggest casualties of the pandemic. AUN, Babcock, Covenant, LASU, Crawford and a few other universities quickly pivoted to online learning. They are using WhatsApp, Zoom and Telegram to provide learning to students during this pandemic.
The African connectivity and cloud computing market is generating a lot of interest and deals as players position themselves for the boom in data services on the continent.
Parallel Wireless, an eight-year-old startup, has developed a new way to help African telecom companies reduce the cost of developing broadband infrastructure.
The growth in data traffic is having a positive impact on Airtel Africa’s finances, the company wrote in its latest financial report.
Gokada’s CEO, Fahim Saleh thinks his collapsed bike hailing operation is perfect for logistics