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Nigerian E-Commerce: Kwik Launches in Ibadan

Lagos-based e-commerce and delivery platform Kwik has today announced that it has officially launched solutions to merchants, entrepreneurs, businesses, government agencies and social vendors in Ibadan, Nigeria. The company promises to complete all of its deliveries in under 60...

Africa Data Centres’ New 10MW Data Centre Offically Opens in Lagos

Africa Data Centres, one of the largest networks of interconnected, carrier- and cloud-neutral data centre facilities on the continent, has announced the official opening of its new 10MW data centre facility in Lagos, Nigeria. The new facility, the company says,...

How Telecoms Can Rebuild Nigeria in the Wake of COVID-19

The COVID-19 worldwide pandemic has had and could continue to have long-lasting devastating effects on all social and economic sectors. For Nigeria, the pandemic can be seen as an eye-opener and a rude awakening to a new normal-knowledge economy. Apart...

5G Critical to Nigeria’s Development, Claim Engineers

Engineers in the field of electronics have thrown their weight behind the need for Nigeria to deploy 5G technology. This comes after the country's communication commission announced that, despite news on social media, it had not given out any...

Remote Connections Up 44% During Lockdown in Nigeria

Many organisations across Africa are finding themselves transitioning their workforce to remote work at home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. IT departments are re-architecting their environments on the fly to allow for remote access. Now, according to a...

Biotech Startup Rolls Out Mobile Lab to Boost COVID-19 Testing in Nigeria

Biotech company 54Gene has increased Nigeria's laboratory testing capacity for COVID-19 with a mobile laboratory in Ogun, a state in the South-West of the country. In addition to its DNA biobank lab in Lagos, the number of molecular laboratories in...

Nigerian Government to Support Struggling Startups

The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) wants to provide an exemption for startups providing essential services during the lockdown in Nigeria, writes Tech Cabal. In keeping with this, the agency created an online form on 5 April to identify...
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Innovative AI Partnership Transforms Healthcare Technology

BroadReach Group and BAO Systems- a US-based health IT organization, have signed a collaboration agreement that will expand how...
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