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“The world is becoming smaller and smaller, and we need to make sure African companies have the tools to compete.”
New white space technology could be a game-changer for internet access on the continent.
Herman Singh explains why M-Pesa’s Kenyan model failed in South Africa in 2010, and why the revamped version will succeed.
Africa Tech Trends is a column by Tom Jackson focusing on developments in Africa’s technology industry.
“We will look back at this time as the golden age for Africa; the time to have started businesses. The time to have been born and to be young.”
For the growing number of online music platforms operating in Africa, providing users access to local music and artists is vital to business.
The Africa CEO of Kaymu.com believes success is all about having the right mentality.
Research firm Informa Telecoms & Media predicts that by 2018 smartphone connections on the continent will rise from 79m in 2012 to 412m.
Pete’s Coffee keeps Nairobi’s technology entrepreneurs caffeinated as they work on building their start-ups.
Equity Bank is rolling out its own mobile network using a new paper-thin SIM card that sits on top of an ordinary SIM.
Accurate market data is often hard to come by in many African countries.
How we made it in Africa talks to Indian businessman Sriram Bharatam.
“I think the best thing about Nigeria, specifically Lagos, is the energy of the work culture.”
Uber has launched its taxi app in South Africa and Nigeria.
Alpesh Patel, founder of Africa’s Mi-Fone, shares some of the strategies the brand has employed to place it in the game.