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Technology’s critical role in empowering South African women

The IT industry is in a unique position to rapidly change the roles of women in the workplace and society – as new technology-enabled learning, employment and business opportunities emerge in the digital era. Today, we’re seeing a number of...

Nokia strives to empower African youth

  While technology is the foundation of innovation, technology alone is not enough. For technology to fulfill its true potential, citizens, and more importantly the youth, need to be empowered and engaged through technology. According to Brahim Ghribi, Head of Government...

Airtel Nigeria launches football talent search with celebrities

Airtel Nigeria, a telecommunications operator, has launched an ambitious soccer talent programme that will focus on identifying and nurturing budding soccer talent from the grassroots level to the national stage. Nigerian football and music Icons, Kanu Nwankwo and 2Face assisted...

Altech in key empowerment drive

Craig Venter, CEO for Altech, a South African multi-billion rand high-tech group, shares his insights on the future of the group, the SA government’s role in the ICT sector and a recent empowerment deal with Southern Palace. ITNewsAfrica.com: What...

Telecom Namibia donation to help empower women in business

Telecom Namibia has donated N$140,000 to the Namibia Businesswomen Projects with the goal of empowering Namibian women. Senior Manager of Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Oiva Angula, said: “This sponsorship is a re-affirmation of our commitment towards women empowerment. It...
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Are Decentralized Exchanges the Future of Crypto Trading?

Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) enable peer-to-peer trading without intermediaries. These smart contract-powered platforms are a disruptive force in the world...
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