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African leaders set to tackle healthcare issues in Addis Ababa

According to the 2018 WHO Global Health Expenditure Database, African countries are gradually increasing domestic investments in health with 35 out of 55 AU Member States (over 64%) having increased the percentage of their Gross Domestic Product invested in...

SnapnSave eyes expansion after R14 million investment

SnapnSave, a South African cash back coupon app, has received R14 million in investment which will be used to grow the company as they enter the African and Asian markets. Kalon Venture Partners, formerly Grotech, and Smollan Group SA...

Citrix to expand African operations

Citrix, an IT solutions company, announced yesterday that they are increasing their footprint in Africa through an expansion in distribution operations, and that its channel in East and West Africa will now be managed and supported by Citrix South...

Fighting back with technology to combat fraudsters

Technological advances provide more powerful tools in strengthening companies’ defences against fraud, as well as a means for the fraudster to find areas of vulnerability to penetrate. As much as technology helps the company combatting fraud, the fraudster also capitalises...

First Afro emoticons launched by Oju Africa

In an innovative first, the world has been introduced to the first Afro Emoticons courtesy of Oju Africa. Powered by Mi-Fone, the first African mobile devices brand, “Oju” literally meaning “faces” in the Yoruba language from Nigeria, is an...

SEACOM to embark on community upliftment

SEACOM is celebrating the fourth anniversary of its commercial launch on 23 July 2013, by reaching out to communities across Africa with a range of social upliftment activities. This continues the pan-African telecom enabler’s tradition of celebrating its Foundation...

Top technology trends shaping Africa

Technology touches the lives of many throughout Africa, widely accepted as having the second fastest growing mobile market. Keeping ahead of innovation has allowed many to overcome distance and stay in contact with relatives, to consult mobile solutions and source valuable information for their jobs and, yes,...

Microsoft aims to spark skills drive in Africa

Unemployment remains rife on the African continent. With almost 200 million people aged between 15 and 24 in Africa today, the youth community represents more than 60 per cent of the continent’s total population and accounts for 45 per...

The world needs African solutions

African software has had some qualified global successes, but more often than not our home-grown innovations do not ‘take’ well in other territories. To overcome this, we need to think wider. While African solutions are often preferred in dealing with African problems,...

Microsoft to invest $75-million for African digital access

During the closing keynote of Microsoft’s Partners in Learning Global Forum over the weekend, the technology giant announced that it has started an initiative and partnership called Youth Spark - Spark a Child’s digital future. As part of the agreement...
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Huawei’s IP Service Partner of the Year: Africa Connect 2024

In2IT Technologies, a prominent global IT services and consulting firm focused on providing IT Consultancy, Application Development and Maintenance,...
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