Category archives for: Technology

U.S. Trains 25 Nigerian Journalists on Data Journalism  

  October 19, 2017//-The United States of America has trained 25 journalists selected from across Nigeria in data journalism to aid their routine work and investigative abilities.

Ghana’s Digital Address System Takes Off

Accra, October 18, 2017//-A new address system to offer every Ghanaian a unique digital address has been launched by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to give impetus to businesses and security agencies in the country.

Ghana Water Company Introduces  Electronic Payment System

Accra, October 18, 2017//-The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has launched an Electronic Billing and Payment System to help facilitate operations.

Challenges Impeding  Ghana’s Digital Payment Systems

Accra, October 18, 2017//-Rising competition in Ghana’s financial technology (fintech) space is driving innovation and increasing the number of use cases for digital payments in the country.

Ghana Set for National Cyber Security Week Activities

Accra, October 18, 2017//-Organisers of the National Cyber Security Week slated for 23rd – 27th October 2017 say all is set for the event.

UBer Appoints New Head for West Africa

 October 17, 2017//-Uber has appointed Lola Kassim, a Nigerian-Canadian, as its new general manager for West Africa.

Ghana: Lands Commission Going Digital to Stem Corruption

Accra, October 17, 2017//-As part of government’s digital Ghana agenda, the Lands Commission has hinted that it is near the completion of a digital system that promises to cut delays and corruption in the land administration processes.

Ghana to Host Maiden Blockchain Conference

Accra, October 17, 2017//-Ghana will host its first-ever Blockchain Conference, themed ‘Blockchain Technology for Development’  on Thursday November 16, 2017, at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra.

Can Part-time NMC Proper Regulate Ghana’s Media?

Accra, October 17, 2017//-Ghana media industry is growing at a meteoric rate but its regulator, the National Media Commission (NMC) still sticks to 18-member commissioners to regulate the industry.

Systemic Telecoms Crisis and the Importance of New Services

October 17, 2017//- Profitable telecoms businesses are starting to cringe, as traditional services are being replaced by other online – conditionally free – communication services.

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