In a recent interview, Babatunde Fowler, the Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), disclosed that his agency is considering imposing a new tax specifically for e-commerce.
The Nigerian government is eyeing 11,000 megawatts of electricity by 2023 after signing an agreement with German multinational company Siemens to improve the country’s erratic power supply.
Musa Kalenga and Andile Masuku discuss some of the things that Malawian policy-makers ought to prioritise in building digital foundations for the country.
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20 Nigerian, African and international rights groups have formed a coalition and delivered a letter to key officials in the Nigerian Senate asking them to reject the bill.
Enterprise Ireland, an Irish government agency that supports Irish businesses, has announced that it will be accepting applications from foreign startups.