Next Wave: Nigeria’s unemployment gunpowder How to make and sell NFTs MARCH 21, 2021 This newsletter is a weekly in-depth analysis of tech and innovation in Africa that will serve as a post-pandemic guide. Subscribe here to get it directly in your inbox every Sunday at 3 pm WAT Hello, Last week was packed with […]
Fuelled by the global health crisis that has seen businesses closed for months across the continent, job placement site Jobberman says there was a 70% decrease in job listings and 17% decrease in jobseeker sign ups in the beginning of March, just weeks short of the start of lockdowns in Nigeria and most of the […]
Nigeria has a burgeoning tech industry that is attracting investment and attention from around the world, but the industry is not immune to a shortage of talent as it seeks to achieve its sky-high ambitions.
Looks like it’s axing season in the Nigerian tech scene. Could this be reflecting the downturn of the country’s economy?
A most recent Telkom quarterly report revealed the telco has paid almost USD 80 million in voluntary early retirement and severance packages.
Do you wonder how Nigeria’s APC plan to make good on the enticing campaign promises it lustily chants? Then we’ve got interesting news for you. Nigeria’s main opposition party in the February 2015 elections is organizing an internet meet-up with the country’s youth population via Google Hangout.