Blockchain operator World Mobile is partnering with the Zanzibar eGovernment Agency to launch free Wi-Fi hotspots at public facing government institutions.
Morocco's B2B e-commerce app, Chari, is allowing store owners to order anything they need for their stores and get it delivered in less than 24 hours.
- Amazon's first SA solar project adds clean energy to the grid
Cape Town, Friday, November 5, 2021
- Liquid Intelligent Technologies and Orange partner to expand network reach
Thursday, October 28, 2021
- Orange and Nokia to use refurbished equipment in networks
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
This article – in produced in collaboration with the African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development – explores the reasons why African ICT public access centers are not finding success.
Across the Middle East and Africa, regulators are beginning to facilitate spectrum allocation to operators in the region for the deployment of new and innovative technology.
Mastercard's Imelda Ngunzu talks to Connecting Africa about how digital payment solutions and mobile money are transforming the lives of small business owners, women and marginalized groups in East Africa.
GirlCode co-founder and CFO Tinyiko Simbine talks about why it's important to help girls and young women excel in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
Poa Internet's CEO Andy Halsall shares his views on what it takes to develop last-mile connectivity and get Africans online in a meaningful way.
Micro and small businesses have been, and still are, the spine and lifeblood of the African economy, making up 90% of businesses on the continent.
Many of these businesses have still been operating in traditional ways and serving non-digital customers. With Covid-19 expediting the digital transformation process, businesses - big and small - have been forced to adapt to operate successfully in a more digital-first environment.
To ensure that the digitalization of Africa’s market doesn’t leave micro and small businesses behind, digital solutions must be inclusive and create business-ready environments. But how can we ensure that African SMEs become digitally enabled?
In this webinar we will share from our own experience on how to create such an environment, and the actions we took in vcita to get there, including:
- Closing the digital literacy gap through tech inclusion
- Making a positive impact on local communities
- Building the foundations for digital inclusion and small business growth in a technology-accelerated world