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TNM first quarter net profit jumps to K1.8 billion

TNM first quarter net profit jumps to K1.8 billion

Malawi's mobile telecoms network service provider TNM continues to realise an increase in net profit from operations. Read More

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Revenues from tablet games to triple Revenues from tablet games to triple New data from Juniper Research has revealed that by 2019 worldwide revenues from tablet games will ...
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Enterprise Director, Airtel Uganda, Mr. Oladapo P. SorinoluAirtel Uganda hosts high value customers at Business Leaders’ Forum Airtel Uganda has hosted an Enterprise Expo in Mbarara district, Western Uganda, as part of efforts ...
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Safaricom, Airtel complete yuMobile dealSafaricom, Airtel complete yuMobile deal Safaricom and Airtel have completed the US$120 million acquisition of yuMobile from Essar Telecom.
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Friday 29 Aug

GrowthAfrica, Usahibu partner to solve SME accounting issues

KENYA
Kenyan accelerator GrowthAfrica has partnered cloud computing firm Uhasibu in a bid to address the accounting and financial software needs of East African startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).»
Friday 29 Aug

Iconway introduces online shopping service with launch of PricePadi.com

NIGERIA
Nigerian consumer internet company, Iconway today announces the launch of PricePadi.com, a new online shopping service that allows customers to search for and discover products available from different sources in Nigeria.»
Thursday 28 Aug

Top 10 risks worth considering when expanding into Africa

Companies planning to expand across Africa must make a concerted effort to understand the risks, and not assume they “know” Africa, says ContinuitySA.»
Wednesday 27 Aug

Shop Soko connects Kenyan artisans to lucrative international markets

KENYA
A new e-commerce platform, Shop Soko, is helping Kenyans access a lucrative international market.»
Wednesday 27 Aug

Ricoh SA begins rollout of new services-led strategy, Africa expansion

Jacques van Wyk has been appointed Ricoh SA’s new COO to drive the expanded strategy that will enable the business to become a services-led organisation and see its expansion into the rest of Africa.»
Tuesday 26 Aug

Jumia launches in Cameroon

CAMEROON
Pan-African e-commerce site Jumia has launched in Cameroon, taking to nine the number of countries where it is active.»
Friday 22 Aug

E-commerce: DRC not in race despite ICT enthusiasm

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
Despite its recent ICT gains, DRC is still lagging on the e-commerce front, reports Issa Sikiti da Silva.»
Thursday 21 Aug

Stock Exchange launches news service

BOTSWANA
A news service by the name of X-News has become the latest product coming from the local bourse, the Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE) recently.»
Thursday 21 Aug

Telkom forays into Botswana through acquisition

BOTSWANA
South African telecommunications giant Telkom is making inroads into the Botswana market through the acquisition of an ICT company, Business Connexion (BCX). »
Wednesday 20 Aug

Umati Capital secures $10m finance line from ApexPeak

KENYA
Kenyan financial tech startup Umati Capital has agreed a deal with ApexPeak securing its first line of wholesale capital. »
Wednesday 20 Aug

Kirusa acquires Ghana’s Saya Mobile

GHANA
Voice messaging and social media apps firm Kirusa has acquired Ghana-based Saya Mobile, which provides instant messaging apps geared specifically for African consumers. »
Tuesday 19 Aug

m:lab East Africa, SoftLayer partner on Mobile Impact Ventures Programme

KENYA
m:lab East Africa has entered into a partnership with SoftLayer, an IBM Company, to offer the Catalyst programme to startups in m:lab East Africa’s accelerator program “Mobile Impact Ventures Program” and the community at large. »
Tuesday 19 Aug

SAP to invest up to $500m in African innovation

SAP has announced a long-term commitment to regional expansion, sustainable growth and skills development of up to 10,000 IT consultants in Africa.»
Sunday 17 Aug

Investment arm makes debut on DSTV

BOTSWANA
The Botswana Investment and Trade Centre (BITC) has taken its campaign for recognition to DSTV. »
Friday 15 Aug

Nigeria’s VAS providers ‘on brink of extinction’

NIGERIA
WASPAN chief Simon Aderinlola says unless the regulator intervenes, WASPAN may not have anything left to regulate. Kokumo Goodie reports.»
Thursday 14 Aug

Microsoft, UNDP partner to support Ethiopian entrepreneurs

ETHIOPIA
Microsoft has signed a collaborative agreement with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), under which Microsoft will provide training and mentorship services to 200,000 Ethiopian entrepreneurs.»

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Kenya rolls out e-extension to improve agricultureKenya rolls out e-extension to improve agriculture

In a bid to curb the overwhelmed number of agricultural extension officers in Kenya, the ministry of agriculture is embracing technology with their introduction of E-Extension services, which are aimed at reaching out to over 7 million farmers annually.