Target connectivity first, then 4IR ambition - Vodacom

Africa's 4IR
priorities

Vodacom exec stresses
need for connectivity.


Thursday, Nov 21st

Ushahidi unveils software as a service package.

Ushahidi unveils software as a service package

Crowdsource platform adapted to enhance customer interface.

Airbnb buoyant in Africa.

Airbnb buoyant in Africa

Investors predict global growth for Airbnb and local operations reflect the same.

Transfast ready to compete in Africa's tight remittance market.

Transfast ready to compete in Africa's tight remittance market

US-based company believes it has what it takes to secure a space.

EcoCash, Pepkor partner on mobile money deal.

EcoCash, Pepkor partner on mobile money deal

Alliance will facilitate cross border remittances between South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Online has levelled Africa’s retail playing field.

Online has levelled Africa's retail playing field

Opportunity is there for any sized operator with service at heart.

Click n Compare site owners to launch new portal.

Click n Compare site owners to launch new portal

CNC Group to launch CompareGuru in Nigeria, Kenya.

Africa's online retailers get festive.

Africa's online retailers get festive

Key players in the online retail market in Africa are going all out to entice the consumer.

Online trader Airbnb ready to engage Africa.

Online trader Airbnb ready to engage Africa

CEO Brian Chesky announced company's plans to spur growth in South Africa and other key African markets in Johannesburg yesterday.

Managing director of uAfrica.com, Andy Higgins, steps in to provide additional funds.

Cloud e-commerce service uAfrica.com raises $1.5mn in funding

Managing director of uAfrica.com, Andy Higgins, steps in to provide additional funds.

Rwanda, Ghana triumph in accelerator programme.

Rwanda, Ghana triumph in accelerator programme

Village Capital announces East Africa accelerator winners.

‘Lack of addressing systems holds back African e-commerce’

‘Lack of addressing systems holds back African e-commerce’

But South African headquartered mapIT says its software could solve this problem.