Physical education has been one of the biggest casualties of the pandemic. AUN, Babcock, Covenant, LASU and Crawford are some universities using WhatsApp, Zoom and Telegram to continue learning for students during this period. On March 19, as the number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria rose to 11, the Federal Government announced the shutdown of […]
News companies are struggling to drive revenue. People aren’t paying for news, but it costs money to maintain quality newsrooms.
While factories in China are reopening, other countries are going into lockdowns. These lockdowns are hurting all of Africa’s biggest smartphone manufacturers, especially Transsion.
In President Buhari’s lockdown announcement, the exemption status of logistics companies is unclear. This is causing confusion for logistics operators in the country.
Lockdowns and social distancing efforts could help tackle COVID-19, but there’s little they can do to control misinformation and online scams.
In 2013, the Nigerian government launched a 5-year National Broadband Plan (NBP) with the primary aim of driving broadband penetration from about 5% in 2012 to 30%. The plan was a strategic roadmap to make affordable broadband accessible to all Nigerians in five years. The NBP sought to do this in a number of ways; […]