What will it take for Africa to drive US$5-trillion digital economy?

Africa's digital
opportunity

Continent's progress
under the spotlight.


Sunday, Nov 17th

On-demand services in demand in Africa.

On-demand services in demand in Africa

Video-on-demand and e-commerce services provider anchors in Sierra Leone.

'Businesses in emerging markets must digitise or die'.

'Businesses in emerging markets must digitise or die'

To compete in the digital economy, business models and supporting IT systems have to change.

MTN Mobile Money, Vodafone M-Pesa link up.

MTN Mobile Money, Vodafone M-Pesa link up

Companies agree to interconnect Mobile Money Services.

Next generation architecture makes ERP relevant – SAP.

Next generation architecture makes ERP relevant – SAP

Businesses in Africa have opportunity to leapfrog and join digital economy.

Nairobi – where finance, innovation and agriculture meet.

Nairobi – where finance, innovation and agriculture meet

Twelve startups selected to participate in three-month business accelerator programme.

Samsung launches digital village in Ghana.

Samsung launches digital village in Ghana

Samsung has partnered with UNESCO, Ghana's government to ensure access of solar-powered technologies.

'Social commerce is a game-changer for Africa'.

'Social commerce is a game-changer for Africa'

Increase in fixed and mobile internet penetration rates creating significant opportunity.

New online portal offers hope to Cameroon's job seekers.

New online portal offers hope to Cameroon's job seekers

 

Online venture started in March 2015 and backed by Africa Internet Group (AIG).

New MultiChoice Africa CEO appointed.

New MultiChoice Africa CEO appointed

Tim Jacobs replaces Nico Meyer as the CEO of MultiChoice's Africa operations.

How the cloud is shaking up the ERP landscape.

How the cloud is shaking up the ERP landscape

A review of four ways cloud is expected to transform ERP landscape.

Facebook ranks top in five African markets.

Facebook ranked most common app in five African markets

Study reveals Facebook is the most common phone activity in Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Ghana, and South Africa.