Today’s #TechpointDigest discusses @hytchafrica’s launching and some news on Right of Way charges.
Ever thought of hitching a ride, but rethought it because you were scared for your safety? With confirmation pins and AI, ride-sharing newcomer, Hytch says it might have some answers.
Today’s Techpoint Digest discusses what Google’s subsea Internet cable landing in Togo could mean and using waitlists as a marketing tool.
Today on Techpoint Digest, we are discussing the Nigerian federal government’s raid of money-lending fintechs and Artificial Intelligence and its role in racial bias.
The Nigerian government recently announced the approval of the National Data Protection Board by President Muhammdu Buhari. It could be nothing or something. We try to determine which it is
Ozi is a Communications as a Service startup that helps businesses send bulk messages to customers on WhatsApp and other messaging platforms. We spoke to CEO and Co-founder, Adejumo Azeez about the journey to building the platform with no-code tools.
Today on Techpoint Digest, we’ll be discussing Nigeria’s tech policies and employee contracts, especially those clauses we forget to read.
In January 2022, the Nigerian Postal Service launched its agency banking platform and biometric debit cards as it looks to drive financial inclusion. We took a look at what that really means for you.
If you’ve ever ordered something online, you’ve probably faced issues with riders delaying your delivery or not picking up their calls. Flashbike says it wants to solve that problem with its Fiverr-like model.
Today on Techpoint Digest, we’ll be discussing Flutterwave’s Fintech as a Service, the art of crowdfunding a war, and the latest African country to join the 5G league.