Innovative Nigerian edtech marketplace startup, Sabiteach has launched an exciting new product called the Education Paylater Plan. SabiTeach, founded in September 2019 by Wale Ogunjobi seeks to
The rate at which technology is spreading into almost every industry – particularly over the past year – has brought with it fierce competition for
Appetito, an Egyptian grocery delivery startup has successfully raised $450,000 seed funding. The funding round, which will help Appetito scale nationally and internationally, was raised
Banks in Nigeria will now charge N6.98 for USSD transactions. The new USSD charges will be collected on behalf of MNOs (Mobile Network Operators) directly
Ajua a consumer experience platform in Africa has acquired WayaWaya, a Kenya-based AI and ML messaging and payments company. WayaWaya is an Artificial Intelligence and
Good News for Ziina for successfully raising $7.5 million in seed funding to scale its peer-to-peer (P2P) payment service across the Middle East and North
Google has launched a series of Digital skill programs to help small businesses in Africa. The company has also completed the Post COVID program to
The tech giant, Prosus has finally acquired stack overflow, an online community for software developers using questions and answers to solve problems and saving tons
First block-chain enabled platform, Artist3, launches to boost the creative art industry in Nigeria.
Artist3, the first blockchain-enabled end-to-end digital platform for musicians, creatives, artists and art collectors to make and sell non-fungible token(NFT) art has launched in Nigeria.
Nigerian healthtech startup CribMD has closed $2.6 million in a seed round for product growth and improvement, sales/marketing and team expansion. CribMD was launched in
Accenture, GitHub, Microsoft and Thought Works launch Green Software Foundation with the Linux Foundation.
Accenture, GitHub, Microsoft and ThoughtWorks are among the companies that have made commitments to help address the global climate crisis by putting sustainability at the