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“Instincts and gut decisions should never be overlooked.”
Alan Knott-Craig, of Project Isizwe, is partnering with governments to provide free public Wi-Fi, at a cost of only $0.09 per GB.
The continent’s mobile operators are investing in the new generation of start-ups.
“Neither business nor life is ever a straight shot to the goal. You have to be ready to adjust.”
How we made it in Africa poses five questions to the 25-year-old entrepreneur behind Aweza.
Could Bitcoin help curb Africa’s loss of US$1.8bn annually in remittance fees?
A closer look at the Deloitte Technology Fast50 Africa top five winners.
“If you want a pan-African mass medium, the only thing that is going to work is mobile.”
“To force a private company to become a listed company without any regard to the maturity of the stock market is extreme.”
“Technology jobs bring a lot of money but it also comes with a hell of a lot of stress.”
How we made it in Africa speaks to Manoj Shanker, CEO of Techno Brain.
“If TA Telecom does not build the next Google, it will either invest in it, or inspire it to happen.”
It is too early to say whether it will truly take off, but Bitcoin is arriving in Africa.
Africa is currently undergoing a rapid and deep digital revolution.
Skrill’s emerging market model will be launching in Côte d’Ivoire, Rwanda and Tanzania in the next few weeks.