After months of bickering, bike-hailing companies have finally reached an agreement with the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), two of the biggest road transport unions in Nigeria. According to sources privy to the discussions, riders affiliated with these startups will buy a ₦500 ($1.38) daily […]
Nigeria’s advertising regulatory body’s plan to vet adverts on social media is in peril after two historical court cases ruled the agency had no jurisdiction over non-members.
A subsidiary of MTN Nigeria, Yello Digital Financial Services (YDFS), has secured a licence from the Central Bank of Nigeria to operate financial services in the country.
Ride hailing company, Uber says regulatory concerns will now play a bigger role in its expansion plans across Africa. The company made this known during a recent townhall event held in Lagos, Nigeria.
Building a business based on emerging technology, in an industry still in its formative stages in Nigeria’s unforgiving business clime is herculean, to say the least.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has called for the regulation of the cryptocurrency, bitcoin, in Nigeria.