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Nigeria expands its SWIFT payments adoption.

Nigerian central bank expands SWIFT payments adoption

Nation has become the twentieth in Africa to adopt the system for both local and global use.

Seven startups chosen to battle in TechCabal competition.

Seven startups chosen to battle in TechCabal competition

Nigerian technology blog has launched a ‘battlefield’ contest in the West African nation.

Microsoft trains journalists on new media.

Microsoft sets out to train journalists on new media

More than 50 Nigerian journalists are planned to receive training on new technologies.

Nigeria’s Battlefield startup competition bumps up prize money.

Nigeria’s TechCabal Battlefield startup competition bumps up prize money

Top Nigerian technology blog has raised the stakes from $10,000 to $20,000.

Intel launches online learning tool in Nigeria.

Intel launches online learning tool in Nigeria

The Intel education solution was also launched in South Africa and Kenya earlier this month.

Startup helps Nigerian business card printing ‘suck less’.

Startup helps Nigerian business card printing ‘suck less’

Local web-to-print e-commerce website Printivo.com launched operations last week.

Proxynet, Samsung partner to enhance education standards in Nigeria.

Proxynet, Samsung partner to enhance education standards in Nigeria

The partnership would ensure the upgrade of school management systems in the West African nation.

TechCabal editor-in-chief Bankole Oluwafemi.

Nigerian startups to face-off in ‘Battlefield’ contest

Top Nigerian tech blog seeks to break away from competitions focusing on niche sectors.

Microsoft helps launch youth employment project in Nigeria.

Microsoft helps launch youth employment project in Nigeria

Global technology firm together with ‘The Future Project’ unveil programme called ‘Aiki Nigeria’.

Construction of three technology manufacturing plants in Nigeria is planned.

Chinese firm building three tech-equipment plants in Nigeria

Facilities are expected to manufacture mobile phones, tablets, laptops and home appliances.

Nigeria’s JUMIA selling Sony PS4 at double the US price.

Nigeria’s JUMIA selling Sony PS4 at double the US price

E-commerce website is the first in Africa to sell the Playstation 4 but at a hefty price tag.