Now in its third edition, Techpoint Build 2020 (West African edition) will feature two stages: startup and tech as well as a pitch competition and thought-provoking sessions and a lots more.
A look at the predictions of Open Banking Nigeria trustee, Adedeji Olowe, for the financial technology space in 2019 shows that some of them came to pass.
How recent activities by Jiji and insights from its co-founder/CEO point to the fact that there are still prospects for the classifieds space in Africa.
How activities at some branches of NIPOST point to the fact that the establishment is not ready to follow the directives of the minister of communications and digital economy to go cashless.
A look at how figures from MultiChoice and Netflix point to the fact that South Africa is likely going to be a major market for it streaming service, DStv Now which is going solo by March 2020.
After a successful trial launch in South Africa last year, MTN has commenced 5G trial in Nigeria, starting with Abuja. Here’s what we learnt at the trial event.
Having identified social media’s influence on global elections, Facebook and Twitter are making efforts to reduce it to a bare minimum. But they have differing approaches.
Comments from Jumia Co-CEO, Sacha Poignonnec, point to the notion that Jumia is positioning its payment system, JumiaPay, as a key part of the company’s future.
Insights from merchants and customers all point to the fact that the ₦50 stamp duty on POS transactions is counterintuitive to CBN’s cashless society project.
4 factors hindering Nigeria from fully adopting e-governance, according to Nigerian Internet Exchange boss, Muhammed Rudman
Nigeria is not among the very few African countries that have fully adopted e-governance. Speaking during a recent e-governance conference in Lagos, Muhammed Rudman, CEO of Internet Exchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN), highlighted some hindering factors