5G is at the centre of heated debates about public safety and the coronavirus. The future of connectivity is getting a lot of undeserved hate
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) wants to provide an exemption for startups providing essential services during the lockdown in Nigeria. The agency created an online form on April 5 to identify essential services companies.
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.
What crime would you say is deserving of a $US38,000 fine and/or a four-year jail sentence? In Kenya, you only need to manufacture, import or sell a plastic carrier bag to spend up to four years in jail with or without a fine. Using plastic bags as a consumer could cost you more than $US500 […]
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is planning to roll out a new payment licence for fintech companies.