Between Nigeria’s ICT Ministry & Telcos That Fleece Subscribers With Unsolicited Voicemail Services

Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami has been a busy man since he was appointed as a minister of the Federal

SA’s State-Owned Telco Mulls Acquisition Of Struggling Cell C Despite Its Own Debt Issues

Telkom SA, which is majorly owned by the South African state and which has been struggling with an increasingly costly

Digital Media Startup Zumi Shuts Shop

The world is witnessing a paradigm shift in media from print to digital. Digital-only media companies have been hailed as

Strike Action By South African Unions Threatens To Bring The Country To A Standstill

On Tuesday, November 12, South Africa’s ailing state-owned carrier, South African Airways (SAA), announced its intention to layoff over 900


Here’s Why China’s Richest Man Jack Ma Is Finally Visiting Nigeria

Barely one week after co-founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, arrived Nigeria to meet with tech entrepreneurs and get

Meet The 8 African “Rising Stars” Who Made The First-Ever TIME 100 Next List

Yesterday ushered in the first-ever TIME 100 Next list. The inaugural TIME 100 Next List featured 100 rising stars who

OPay Has Stopped Its Bus-Hailing Service In Lagos & It May Have Something To Do With “Area Boys”

Fresh reports have it that OBus — the public bus-hailing service of OPera-backed company, OPay — has suspended operations. And

Nigeria, Other African Countries To Benefit From CDC Group’s USD 5 Bn SDGs Investment

CDC Group, the development finance institution of the United Kingdom, has earmarked USD 5 Bn for investments in Nigeria and

PalmPay Launches In Nigeria After Securing USD 40 Mn USD In A Seed Round Led By Transsion

PalmPay, an Africa-focused payment startup has secured USD 40 Mn seed funding in a round led by Transsion Holdings, the

Jason Njoku Hints At USD 120 Mn+ iROKOtv IPO In London By H1 2021

Anyone who follows Jason Njoku on Twitter must know two things. Firstly, the iROKOtv co-founder now spots a “mean-and-lean look”

These 5 East African Countries May Have Walked Into A USD 100 Bn Debt Trap

Five member-countries of the East African Community — Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania — are together embroiled in what

This African Country Produces More Electricity Than It Needs & It’s A USD 450 Mn Problem

There is an African country that produces so much electricity that it’s become a problem. For many African countries including