Quantum computing can solve some SKA problems, says IBM

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Net1, Zapper set sights on Africa

Net1, Zapper set sights on Africa

The companies have partnered to deploy QR payment technology, targeting key regions across West and East Africa.

Zimbabwe slaps tax on mobile money, online transactions

Zimbabwe slaps tax on mobile money, online transactions

Southern African Country the latest to impose duties in a bid to generate more revenue for government.

PayU SA sees Africa as high growth market

PayU SA sees Africa as high growth market

Payment services provider PayU SA is seeing exceptional growth in African markets like Nigeria, and as a result, is looking for opportunities to partner and collaborate in order to address these markets.

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Somalia could challenge Kenya’s mobile money dominance

World Bank report draws a comparison between the two.

Alibaba launches e-commerce talent programme in Rwanda

Alibaba launches e-commerce talent programme in Rwanda

Part of commitment made by Jack Ma during his recent visit to the central African country.

SA-based Zimbabweans get digital coins to send money

SA-based Zimbabweans get digital coins to send money

A new mobile solution allows people living in SA to buy products and pay bills in Zimbabwe using digital coins.

Nigeria: Konga reintroduces payment-on-delivery

Nigeria: Konga reintroduces payment-on-delivery

Facility was scrapped some months ago during acquisition negotiations.

Clickatell, UBA launch chat banking solution in Nigeria

Clickatell, UBA launch chat banking solution in Nigeria

Leo is rolled out for consumers to conduct banking on WhatsApp and USSD.

E-commerce – Africa's ticket to a potential US$75 billion by 2025

E-commerce – Africa's ticket to a potential US$75 billion by 2025

AU conference in Kenya in July highlighted the opportunity for the continent.

Why Singaporean businesses are targeting Africa's digital sector

Why Singaporean businesses are targeting Africa's digital sector

Continent's e-commerce market is estimated at US$75 billion by 2025, according to Enterprise Singapore.

Start-up funding to dip in build up to Nigeria's election: report

Start-up funding to dip in build up to Nigeria's election: report

Deloitte foresees a slowdown in funding for start-ups in the West African economy.