AfricaCom 2019 to feature new AfricaTech Centre Stage

Tech takes
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New feature at
AfricaCom 2019.

Thursday, Sep 19th

Key challenges Nigeria’s startup space needs to conquer.

Key challenges Nigeria’s startup space needs to conquer

Experts weigh on how the country’s technology businesses can boost their growth prospects.

South African leading Microsoft Nigeria during key changeover.

South African leading Microsoft Nigeria during key changeover

Kabelo Makwane takes country manager post as Nigerian business becomes a standalone unit.

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.

South African hired as Microsoft Nigeria country manager.

South African hired as Microsoft Nigeria country manager

Kabelo Makwane served as public sector director for the software giant in South Africa.

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.

$1.5mn startup fund launched in Nigeria.

$1.5mn startup fund launched in Nigeria

LeadPath has commenced operations and has a workspace in Yaba, Lagos.

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.

Nigerian stock exchange introduces anti-fraud email alerts.

Nigerian stock exchange introduces anti-fraud email alerts

Mobile notifications also part of the mix to help inform investors of all transactions.

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.

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.

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.