Archive for the ‘ICT’ category
While Kenya made its name in software, a handful of entrepreneurs are now taking the leap into developing hardware.
An African City has been described as the continent’s answer to hit US television series Sex and the City.
Cameroon’s Arthur Zang is the 26-year-old inventor of the Cardio Pad, believed to be Africa’s first medical tablet.
Mbwana Alliy identifies the traits and qualities he looks for in an entrepreneur.
Renaissance Capital’s Yvonne Mhango looks at Nigeria’s growth prospects.
An innovative new product aims to improve internet access in emerging markets.
Online retailers such as Zando and Jumia have ambitious growth plans.
From the moment M-Pesa launched in Kenya in 2007, Africa was heralded as the leader in mobile payment services.
Nigerian businessman on dealing with uncertainty and why relationships are everything.
Japanese electronics manufacturer Epson is expecting growth in demand for printers in East Africa due to a surge in private sector activity.
“Our current education system can’t meet our demand,” says Fehintolu Olaogun, co-founder of Tutor.ng.
How we made it in Africa talks to JamboPay founder Danson Muchemi.
By the end of the decade there will be 930m mobile subscriptions in Africa.
Silicon Valley succeeds because it is relatively free from state interference.
“Consistently work hard and let no one ever put you down.”