Edwin Madu

Spotify, the Swedish audio streaming service that is home to over 50 million songs and over 2 million podcasts, is finally available in several African countries. The announcement was made by Spotify’s CEO, Daniel Ek, during the company’s Stream On event on the 22nd of February. Prior to this, the platform was only available in […]

While you may have only ever heard of a Chief of Staff in the context of elected officials in government, Tsakane Ngoepe offers a fresh perspective to the role.
She is Chief of Staff to M-KOPA’s CEO, she loves the world of investing – and Fortnite.
This is her life in tech.

When James Muriuki decided to get his own place in Nairobi, it would take him 3 months of looking at one terrible house after another. It wasn’t his first time facing housing issues. He’d had a taste of the struggle as a child.
Now he wants to solve this problem with his startup Kijiji.
This is his life in tech.


The journey to a fit and active lifestyle can be daunting for the average person.
First, you have questions about how to start, then all you want to do is stop. Some things make it easier: meal plans and workouts tailored to you specifically by a certified personal trainer.
Abayomi Oladinni’s P-TEE brings these things to your phone.
This is his life in tech.

Features, Opinion
12th February 2021

I spoke to a few African couples who are in long-distance relationships to find out how they have used tech to nurture their love lives/relationships. So without much ado, with the help of these amazing couples, here’s TechCabal’s guide to loving your lover from afar.

Ayo and Dare grew up in Ibadan, Nigeria. One day, many years later, Dare pays his older brother a visit, they get talking about Dare finding love and somehow that blossoms into a startup that is helping Africans find love.
The Olatoye Brothers are the co-founders of the matchmaking app Trueflutter.


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