South Africans Are Moving Cash Abroad More Than Ever Before And It Has Plenty To Do With Fear

Amidst growing concerns over the slow pace of economic growth and continued political uncertainty around the Cyril Ramaphosa-led administration, South

Nigeria Would Need A New Communications Satellite Soon – At Least, To Stop Kidnapping

In seven years, the only communications satellite in Nigeria, NigComSat-1R, will have to be replaced as its lifecycle would have

South Africa’s Ailing Economy Takes A Toll On IT Jobs

CareerJunction, a web service for recruiters and job seekers has released its latest CareerJunction Index (CJI). The report has shown

Burden for SA Taxpayers As Rescue Mission For Ailing Eskom Heightens

In a bid to stay afloat after giving Eskom the state-owned entity that controls electricity provision a bailout, the government


Facebookers Are Already Using Libra To Scam Their Fellows

Before the cryptocurrency’s official launch and pending regulatory finalizations from authorities, Libra is already a mighty scam weapon on Facebook.

Kenyan Shilling Weakens After Finance Minister Is Arrested And Charged With Graft

The Kenyan shilling weakened following the arrest of Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich, who was charged with various offences related

Africa’s Richest Man Has Dumped USD 12 Bn In A Swamp In An Effort To Pull Off Something “Crazy”

Aliko Dangote is building a USD 12 Bn refinery on a swampland located on the outskirts of Lagos. It will

Revealed: How Employees Propelled The Downfall Of This Former Giant Supermarket

New details now reveal that employees of  Uchumi supermarkets led to the collapse of the retailer by colluding with suppliers

Homeless Kenyan First-Class Graduate Finally Gets Help After Years Of Strife – But He’s Just One Of Many

For generations, the prevailing wisdom has been getting a good degree, and you’re set for life. Growing up, every child

Lagos’ Bike-Hailing Startups May Have To Choose Between ‘Agberos’ And NGN 25 Mn In Annual Licensing Fees

It has been a series of drama for the bike-hailing startups in Nigeria. The fiasco is yet to see an