Sub-Saharan African Solar Companies To Gain From Shell & FMO’s Newly Launched USD 120 Mn Fund

In cahoots with the Dutch entrepreneurial development bank, FMO, UK-registered charity, Shell Foundation, has unveiled a USD 120 Mn fund

Africa’s First Stablecoin Project Is Backed By The Naira – And There’s Little Wonder Why

The spike in crypto use in Africa has garnered plenty of attention. Startups on the continent are already feasting on

Naira Marley, ASUU Strike – Google’s Top Searches Of 2019 In Nigeria Shows Some Crazy Stuff

With the year 2019 only a couple of weeks away from becoming history, Google has revealed the top searches of

This Egyptian Couple Beat Several Odds – Including An African Perception – To Scale Their Three-Year-Old Cleaning Business

Most people would rather not waste time doing household chores. The trend is catching on across the African continent, along

KCB Has Been Named The Most Attractive Bank In Kenya

A new report by Cytonn Investment Company has accorded the title of the most attractive bank in Kenya to Kenya

Africa’s ‘Largest’ Economy Has Over 100 Million People Earning Less Than USD 1.92 Per Day

At the ongoing Financial Inclusion Conference organised by Enhancing Financial Innovation and Access (EFInA Nigeria) with support from UKAid and

Nigeria Withholding Unemployment Data Could Be A Sign That Job Crisis Is At Its Worst Ever

The Nigerian government has come under fire for not releasing the quarterly reports on job creation collated by the National

Tanzania At 58: How The Country Is Turning The Tide To Give Its Economy A New Lease Of Life

Tanzania, the most peaceful African country once known for embryonic development, is turning things around. For up to a decade,

Despite Gov’t Warnings Against Crypto, Bitcoin Use Continue To Soar In Nigeria

Despite the best efforts of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and even the country’s parliament to warn the populace

Why The Single-Currency Regime For West Africa Can’t Happen In 2020 Or Anytime Soon

Earlier this year, the 15 member countries of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) made progress on an

Nigeria’s Telco ‘Data War’ Is Hotting Up & These Are The Biggest Winners/Losers

In the month of October, the cut-throat nature of the “inter-telco” competition for the lion share of internet subscribers in

Telecom Operators Responsible For Most Spam Calls & Spam SMS In Nigeria, Other African Countries

According to a recent publication by Truecaller, three African countries are amongst the top 20 countries in the world affected by spam