Did Mugabe set a precedent for ICT management in Zimbabwe?

Did Mugabe set
a precedent?

For ICT management
in Zimbabwe.

Monday, Sep 16th

Silicon Valley VC model not suited to Africa

Silicon Valley VC model not suited to Africa

CEO of African payments platform says African start-ups should rather seek out investment from corporates.

New CEO to drive Atlas Mara digital banking across Africa

New CEO to drive Atlas Mara digital banking across Africa

Study shows that bank-telco and bank-FinTech partnership models are expected to grow as more financial institutions invest in digital transformation.

Africa well positioned to exploit ecommerce growth

Africa well positioned to exploit ecommerce growth

DHL VP urges more businesses on the continent to embrace the disruptive technology.

Uber GM confident in fairness of income made by African drivers

Uber GM confident in fairness of income made by African drivers

Ride-hailing company says its new Greenlight Hubs in 13 cities across the continent will readily address any concerns about pay.

Mobile money still rides on cash in African markets

Mobile money still rides on cash in African markets

Research by McKinsey & Company advocates partnerships with banks, internet companies to eventually 'weed out' the cash component.

Jumia losses grow in spite of sales increase

Jumia losses grow in spite of sales increase

Jumia saw losses increase by 107.9% to hit EUR39.4 million.

M-KOPA Solar secures latest funding round

M-KOPA Solar secures latest funding round

Amount undisclosed, but includes a first ever investment from FinDev Canada, which has put in US$10 million.

MyBucks S.A., NAGA Group partner to offer crypto wallet service

MyBucks S.A., NAGA Group partner to offer crypto wallet service

Partners look to secure higher share of Sub-Saharan Africa's remittance market within the next 2 – 3 years.

Kenya's Mondo Ride aggressive on Africa expansion

Kenya's Mondo Ride aggressive on Africa expansion

Ride-hailing app looks to enter three more cities before mid-2018.

Data costs holding back full adoption of banking apps

Data costs holding back full adoption of banking apps

Barclays Africa exec anticipates an uptake when data costs are reduced and the general perception of high data costs on the continent is addressed.

Africa's operators lean towards regional interoperability

Africa's operators lean towards regional interoperability

The most notable mobile money interoperability corridors are prevalent in East and Central Africa as well as between Zimbabwe and South Africa.