Category archives for: Technology

Startup Venture Funding Jumped More Than 50% in Africa

February 24, 2018//-With African tech hubs, startups and founders starting to mature and gain deeper understanding of local markets after a few years of heady hype that was more about potential than substance, investors increasingly look towards the continent.

Orange, OpenClassrooms to Train Young Africans in Digital Technology

Paris, France, February 24, 2018/ — Orange, a world’s leading telecommunications operator and OpenClassrooms, the leading online education platform in Europe announced the signing of a broad-based partnership to provide digital training in Africa.

GYEEDA scandal: Assibit to Appeal 12 Year-jail Term

Accra, February 23, 2018//-The Chief Executive Officer of Goodwill International Group, Philip Assibit, will be appealing his 16-year jail term.

How Regulators Can Prevent Another Etisalat-Esque Collapse in Nigeria’s Telecoms Industry

February 23, 2018//-The bidding process for the acquisition of 9mobile seems to be at an end. Reports from Thisday and Guardian confirm that Barclays Africa, the financial service company in charge of the bidding process for 9mobile, has sent an official letter to Teleology Holdings Limited, confirming it as the preferred bidder in the sale of the struggling Telco.

Expresso Workers Demand Salary Arrears

Accra, February 23, 2018//-The Concerned Workers Group of Expresso are worried they may lose their unpaid salaries and other benefits due them if the National Communications Authority (NCA) revoke the license of the company.

South Atlantic Undersea Cable in Brazil Signals New Chapter in Africa-America’s Telecoms

Luanda, Angola, 22 February 2018, -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Angola Cables, a telecommunications multinational, has reported that the South Atlantic Cable System (SACS) has made landfall at Fortaleza on the Brazilian coast.

Communications Can Help to Get Financial Stability Off the Ground

February 22, 2018//-When the capacity to communicate effectively on financial stability policies is not there, it is like trying fly a plane with one wing missing. It  takes more than sound policy making. Communications is an essential part of the job.

DHL Global Forwarding Appoints Cluster Head for Ghana, Others

Accra, Ghana, February 22, 2018, -/African Media Agency (AMA)/- DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, has appointed Serigne Ndanck Mbaye as Cluster Head for Senegal, Ivory Coast and Ghana.

Dubai to Host DEAL 2018 Trade Show to Propel Africa’s Leisure Industry

Accra, Ghana, February 20, 2018//-Organisers of IDEAL 2018 have announced that the trade show will be held  from 9th-11th April 2018 at the iconic Dubai World Trade Centre, UAE.

2018 Brit Awards to be Screened on BBC Brit Channel 120 on DSTv

 February 20, 2018//-BBC Brit (DStv Channel 120) will be giving viewers a front row view of the 38th Brit Awards to be screened on Wednesday 21 February at 8pm, from the O2 Arena in London, UK.

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