Benjamin Manirafasha is the founder of Iris Hub, an incubation and innovation center that is using technology to address youth unemployment in Rwanda.
[Column] Dirk-Jan Koeman: Rural Internet needs a technology rethink, as fiber and 4G grapple with viable business models
Kenya is one of the leading countries in Africa with regards to Internet penetration. The exact penetration may vary, based on your source.
Emerging markets particularly in Africa are faced with the crisis of a population outburst and lack the necessary infrastructure to accommodate their citizens.
African businesses are currently making massive investments in things like machine learning and artificial intelligence tools and are using cloud and virtualized infrastructure to enhance service delivery
Elizabeth Eweka-Adeshina is the founder and CEO of IDHS, a Nigeria health startup.
More and more South African millennials are starting side businesses to supplement their income.
The recent move by Central Bank of Kenya to introduce the new generation currency notes has once again shone a spotlight on the grave subject of the illicit economy.
South Africa's manufacturing sector is under enormous pressure, contracting by 8.8% quarter-on-quarter in the first quarter of 2019, according to Stats SA.
For the last six years, Joe Maina has built Matrixoft Data Solutions to address clients’ pain points by leveraging on technology.
Many organizations find themselves in a situation where they have multiple clouds to manage.
Traditional business models need to be reimagined as digital transformation continues to enable businesses to innovate and find new ways to not only leverage data but keep abreast of customer’s evolving requirements.
It is big, fast growing, with a young population and a middle class that is nearly as big as the entire U.S. population.
There is little doubt that technology has fundamentally shifted enterprise goalposts and redrawn the lines that once were the parameters of the business.
Cybersecurity is a legitimately pressing concern for any organisation looking to avoid becoming yet another statistic.
Stephen Newton is a South African entrepreneur and business leader, the current Chief Executive Officer of biNU, South Africa.
Enterprise IT is sceptical about moving critical internal business operations to the cloud – and for good reason.
[Column] Tamer Farouk: Combining I.T and business to deliver digital transformation in Côte d'ivoire
As you know, the culinary world is currently experiencing an explosion of fusion cuisine with chefs mixing diverse culinary styles and cultures. to create gastronomic delights previously unimaginable.
[Column] Phyllis Wakiga: Effective Kenya budget implementation critical to jumpstarting the manufacturing sector
A sound national budget is one that supports other essential instruments of Government policy to turn ambitions and plans into reality.
Roy Bannister and Nick Bradshaw are the co-founders of AI Expo Africa. Now in its second year, it seeks to promote and de-mystify Artificial Intelligence and its business applications across Africa.
There are reports from Gartner that highlight how it is critical for an organisation to build foundations for AI and machine learning to ensure it is futureproofed.