Cognisant Computing one of the strongest forces in consumer IT

Cognisant Computing one of the strongest forces in consumer IT

Cognisant computing — the next phase of the personal cloud movement — will become one of the strongest forces in consumer-focused IT, according to Gartner. Read More

Botswana approves Innovation Fund Botswana approves Innovation Fund Botswana's parliament has approved a National Innovation Fund which will provide seed and early stage ...
Innovation Hub introduces new offices Innovation Hub introduces new offices The Botswana Innovation Hub (BIH) has opened two new offices to services its wider clientele base. 
MTN unveils another Africa first cooling systemMTN unveils another Africa first cooling system MTN has reaffirmed its commitment to reducing its carbon footprint by unveiling Africa’s first Concentrating ...


Thursday 3 Jul

Ericsson 5G delivers 5 Gbps speeds

Ericsson reports that it has already achieved speeds of 5 Gbps in live, over-the-air demonstrations of the company’s pre-standard 5G network technology. »
Wednesday 2 Jul

Big firms challenged on talent development

Kenyan businesses have been urged to use their expertise and set aside resources to train and equip young people to fit in the changing job market. »
Tuesday 1 Jul

App integration commonplace within five years

A new report by Juniper Research on the telematics sector has found that the number of in-vehicle apps in use is expected to reach 269 million by 2018.»
Monday 30 Jun

Tracking chips to tame cattle rustling

Pastoralists are set to benefit from a noble mode of taming cattle rustling in Kenya, with the introduction of an innovative electronic tracking chip to keep tabs on cattle.»
Monday 30 Jun

AfDB strategy focuses on human capital development across Africa

The Board of Executive Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) says its new Human Capital Strategy for Africa paves the way for Bank investments in areas such as education, skills development, health, science and technology.»
Friday 27 Jun

Microsoft 4Afrika IP Hub to monetise innovation in Africa

Microsoft has unveiled an online intellectual property (IP) portal called the Microsoft 4Afrika IP Hub, in an effort to create an IP protection culture in Africa. »
Sunday 22 Jun

Groundbreaking technology bringing low vision and blind learners into the light

Edit Microsystems will display their groundbreaking technology, which includes the BrailleNote Apex as well as a scanner that can convert printed text into braille, sound or electronic format, at the upcoming SABC Education African EduWeek in South Africa.  »
Thursday 19 Jun

“Innovation” makes Public Service day celebrations theme

Botswana is hosting the 3rd Public service day commemorations this year, under the theme, “Innovating Public Governance for Sustainable Development” on the 19th and 20th June 2014 in Gaborone.»
Sunday 15 Jun

Innovation in Africa, for Africa

Four of the brightest young minds in South Africa’s information technology sector collaborated at Saphila 2014 with the SAP Innovation Centre, to demonstrate what innovative technology can achieve in Africa.  »
Thursday 12 Jun

Kenyan entrepreneur turns e-waste to jewellery

Two Kenyan entrepreneurs have formed an e-waste lab to turn e-waste into jewellery.»
Wednesday 4 Jun

Containerised data centre hits Ghanaian IT market

Global Information Technology Solutions, says it has introduced the first-ever efficient containerised data centre onto the Ghanaian IT market. »
Tuesday 3 Jun

Ghana banks seek innovation

The innovation and technological regeneration adventure is expensive and littered with challenges, but it is worthwhile embarking on it, Ghana-based banks believe.»
Monday 2 Jun

Wyzetalk looks at ambitious growth strategy as Clifftop Colony completes funding round

Clifftop Colony Capital Partners has completed the Series A funding round of R8 million for African social business company Wyzetalk.»
Friday 30 May

Moepeng’s Alcolock V3 aims for a sober drive

An innovator in Gaborone is bringing to market a gadget aimed at putting an end to drunken driving.»
Friday 30 May

Skye Bank deepens cashless via e-banking solutions

Ahead the nationwide introduction of cashless economy in July 1, Skye Bank Plc has unveiled a direct banking solution called ‘SkyePLus’.»
Thursday 29 May

Botswana considers space science

Botswana aims to join the larger world communities who have ventured into the field of space science. »


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Widening ICT skills gap: Cause for concernWidening ICT skills gap: Cause for concern

Nigeria's FDI gains could be eroded by the widening gap in indigenous skilled ICT manpower, writes Kokumo Goodie.


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.