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Amethis is pleased to announce that it has acquired a minority stake in Energy Transfo, a major player in the design and manufacture of solutions for the electricity and renewable energy sectors in Morocco.
L'état de Côte d'Ivoire, unique actionnaire de la Banque Populaire de Côte d'Ivoire (BPCI), annonce la signature d'un accord avec Atlantic Financial Group (AFG) pour la reprise des activités de la BPCI.
Pan-African venture capital firm Enza Capital has announced the close of its US$58 million Fund II, as well as the launch of its Founder Partner programme, where leadership teams of portfolio companies become co-owners and share in the broader success of the firm and fellow investees.
Enquête de la BEI sur le secteur bancaire en Afrique : de la résilience malgré un environnement difficile
First Capital Bank Limited partners with the EIB to develop SMEs in the agriculture sector through a $10Million developmental line of credit.
Le groupe panafricain AXIAN annonce la nomination d’Erwan Gelebart en tant que CEO de son pôle Open Innovation & Fintech.
This edition of the competition is running on a 5G network as a result of a partnership between Huawei Kenya and the Esports Federation of Kenya.
Smart Africa et l’African Leadership University (ALU) ont signé un protocole d’accord visant à renforcer les capacités des dirigeants du secteur public africain.
Public institutions in Kenya can now deliver their electronic waste to the ICT Authority (ICTA) to minimize the adverse environmental impacts of e-waste while creating jobs.
Kenya has been ranked fifth in Africa on the government’s readiness to incorporate AI in public service delivery. The country is also home to several promising startups that are transforming industries with AI-powered solutions.
The next generation is essential to the continent’s development and to global shared interests in creating a safer, healthier, and more prosperous future for us all.
Africa could seize this opportunity as it pursues a re-envisioning of its economic prospects. But this aspiration can only be attainable if education systems are revitalised, skills development philosophies re-set and job markets scaled to support the demographic boom.
Spurred on by the pandemic, many organisations greatly accelerated their digital transformation plans over the past three years. Digital transformation became an existential necessity, which entailed migrating to or more fully adopting the cloud.
The more dominant telcos will continue to take advantage of this growth by leveraging technology to develop innovative new revenue streams and business models.
Technology has become not just a tool, but a catalyst for transformation to bring greater efficiencies as well as improve the customer experience.
The fast-paced tech landscape demands an agile mindset, embracing change, adopting, and leveraging innovative approaches and strategies, and a commitment to steadfastly prioritise delivering value to both internal and external customers.
I started my company in 2019 October at the age of 20. My first immediate costs were registering my company which cost about 80US Dollars and having the website done at about 400US Dollars.
The most crucial aspect to remember is that while every politician, researcher or parent may weigh in on the debate of technology in education, it’s the teachers and the students that must use it and its their opinion that matters most.
African gas consumption is slated to rise. Even as total production moves upward, commercial flows from the continent are likely to rise to about 27-28 bcf per day within the next few years and then remain at that level until the late 2030s.