[Africa Tech Week] African telcos showing commitment to cater for increased demands from their consumers
The telecom industry continues to grow in Africa as operators try to cater for the increasing demand for better services from their consumers
Caleb Ndaka is the Co-Founder of Kids Comp Camp, a Kenyan startup helping young learners in Africa’s underserved communities access quality computing training.
[Column] Mariam Abdullahi: Building the Intelligent Telco Enterprise -growth opportunities for African telecoms operators
While the telco industry may have seen its traditional revenue streams decline further in 2018 due to the emergence of services such as WhatsApp, the industry is still set for growth.
When looking to an analogy that best describes digital transformation and the impact it has on the business, perhaps the best is death star.
Most organisations have adopted alternative methodologies for signing documents to ensure auditable document trails while minimising the costs associated with paper-based transactions.
The cloud first approach made popular in 2018 is no longer hailed as the answer to cloud domination.
The efficiency, convenience and reach of financial services has been significantly enhanced by the development of the fintech (Financial Technology) industry.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is touted as a driver of digital transformation and innovative disruption, but few organisations have embraced the opportunity it presents.
Businesses require continuous availability with the increasing dependency on online applications and Internet usage to support critical business operations and systems.
In 2017, the Tanzania-based social enterprise Simusolar raised $50,000 to finance its work selling solar-powered systems to farmers and fishermen in rural areas traditionally excluded from mainstream energy provision.
Digital disruption requires a foundational shift in an organisation’s very make up. This means that the business needs to find ways of overcoming the challenges and refreshing the status quo.
It’s is difficult to imagine a world without internet connectivity, let alone a business that is not connected.
[Column] Michael Hailu: Drone technology holds great promise across Africa but right regulations are needed
Like other novel and emerging technologies, appropriate regulation for drones has left governments worldwide on the back foot.
[Column] Mark Elliott: Driving mobile and card acceptance among informal retailers is key to scaling cashless payments in South Africa
Despite the majority, about 77 percent, of adult South Africans owning bank accounts, more than half of the total value of all consumer transactions in the country are still conducted in cash.
Basie Pharedi is CTO and co-founder of South Africa based fintech company, Nabutone Connect, provider of modern payment solutions.
With a number of upcoming elections across Africa, we want to share an update on our work to reduce the spread of misinformation, protect election integrity and support civic engagement across the continent.
Digitalisation is permeating every industry, with cloud computing rapidly becoming an essential component of business transformation.
Rwanda’s 4G wholesale model seemed like a good idea when it was first conceived. But it hasn’t been working, and should be scrapped
[Africa Tech Week] More collaborations needed to promote internet safety among children and young people in Africa
This week, the world celebrated Safer Internet Day (SID) 2019, a day set aside to promote the safe and positive use of digital technology especially among children and young people.
Mbuyoti Chola is the Managing Director of DigitalBlue Media Limited, a Zambian-based new media startup with a global outlook.