Across Africa, urban centres are rapidly expanding as the continent’s large – and growing – youth population seek better fortunes in the city.
[Africa Tech Review] Duncan Mochama: Fintech is driving and reshaping the financial sector in Africa
As a key driver of growth in the region, fintech has become a viable alternative to traditional banking in both urban and rural areas.
Donaldson Sackey, a Togolese international footballer, entrepreneur, stylist, and architect recently launched his cryptocurrency.
Organisations across sub-Saharan Africa are increasingly leveraging multiple cloud deployments to achieve digital transformation.
For many, the Africa Continental Free Trade Area was a manifestation of the long sought-after Pan African dream – a united continent, bringing together its natural resources in a common market, to the benefit of its people.
This week, a new report from The African Data Centres Association (ADCA) and Xalam Analytics revealed that Africa needs 1000MW and 700 facilities to meet the growing demand
It’s safe to say that the past 10 years of technology have been stratospheric in the disruption they’ve brought and the changes they’ve wrought. Mobile networks have upgraded from 3G to 4G and now 5G.
I want to share my experience and why changing operating systems can drive cloud adoption, increase productivity, collaboration and security in your organization, while saving costs.
If 2020 was the year to mitigate and manage the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 is the year when "the new normal" becomes a cliché.
CIOs are likely to face a tough, albeit slightly more predicable 2021. Fikile Sibiya, CIO of e4 shares her view on the current state of play and what a roadmap for 2021 might entail.
While overall transactions dropped by eight percent in sub-Saharan Africa in 2020, in Mozambique, the number of transactions rose, with 12 deals reported compared to only four deals in 2019, according to a Baker McKenzie analysis.
[Column] Pikie Monaheng: Communications Service Providers must work to meet customers’ changing needs
It’s no secret that CSPs need to transform their businesses to compete in the continent’s highly competitive communications landscape and deliver the experiences that customers are demanding today.
Hospitals in Rwanda will now receive much needed medical supplies and personal protective equipment from drone firm Zipline on a 24-hour basis.
The demand for cloud in Africa is growing rapidly. This demand has particularly been accelerated by the ongoing pandemic that has moved everything online
As more of Africa’s 526 million Internet users are opting to buy goods at the click of a button, Kenyan e-commerce revenue is projected to hit $1.5 billion in 2021.
The coronavirus pandemic had a remarkable effect on Morocco’s economy, as with most countries around the world, so how is their economy now?
[Column] Akinwale Goodluck: How Successful Spectrum Awards Can Accelerate Digital Agendas Across Africa
Spectrum licensing decisions, and pricing in particular, play a crucial role in accelerating the adoption of mobile services and providing better networks and services for consumers and businesses.
MTN Rwanda is considering setting up an independent company to take on and operate its financial technology operations.
Mozambique is well-positioned to take advantage of this market boom, with mining operations already expanding across Cabo Delgado, Gaza, Manica, Maputo, Nampula, Niassa, Tete and Zambezia.