Free lives’ Gorn crosses another milestone this weekend.
Entries for the MTN Business App of the Year awards close on 27th July 2021.
With its fibre network recently surpassing the 100 000 kilometre milestone, Liquid Intelligent Technologies is thriving in emerging markets.
Applications for the three-month long Google for Startups Accelerator programme (6th cohort) are now open, with it closing on 14th May.
Ambitiously aiming to be one of the top vendors globally, Huawei Cloud has offered some insight into its plans for SA and abroad.
Unpacking its strategy this week following a rebranding, Liquid Intelligent Technologies plans to rapidly expand its African data centres.
Twitter is also recruiting a team that will work remotely until it opens a physical office.
According to Infobip country manager for Nigeria, Olatayo Ladipo-Ajai, customer experience is a channel business owners should focus on innovating in, but so should the platform providers.
Thanks to its new partnership with Huawei Video, Trace TV will bring more African stories to the fore, according to Valentine Gaudin-Muteba.
During Check Point’s annual Check Point Partner Day (which was held virtually) the firm thanked its Africa Channel partners for their hard work in 2020, awarding some for their stellar work.
Google is pledging $25 million for African NPOs to get projects focused on female empowerment off the ground, and applications are now open.
The Women Techsters initiative will launch in five countries across Africa, with a view to train five million women in digital skills by 2030.
World Bank Group member, IFC has invested €20 million in Bolt to “to promote access to on-demand mobility services in emerging economies”.
In its second year, the Google News Initiative Innovation Challenge is accepting applications until 12th April for creative news solutions.
The Uncovered Fund is looking for as many as 15 different startups to assist grow as part of a new $15 million fund.
This is a rather good deal whether you’re looking to test out Showmax Pro or Showmax’s vanilla offering.
In its 2020 Report, Disrupt Africa says the continent saw a record-breaking $701 million in startup funding, but not evenly spread.
YouTube has selected 20 local creators to receive a slice of the global $100 million Black Creators Fund.