AfricaCom and AfricaTech will both take place online this year as the Virtual Africa Tech Festival.
Voting for AHUB’s Pitch & Win contest for startups closes on 25th October.
Do you think more people should know about your business? This contest from AfricaCom might help you out.
We know it’s been a while but the htxt.africast is back and we’re talking all things tech once again.
Government’s role in connecting people to the internet extends far beyond just implementing policies according to Huawei.
The time has come to have a serious discussion about net neutrality South Africa.
Thanks to its work with the City of Tshwane’s free Wifi project, Project Isizwe walked away with two accolades at AfricaCom’s awards ceremony last night.
Liquid Telecom says the service’s only limitation is how fast your internet connection is.
The two firms claim they can make cellular reception 40% better indoors.
Chinese vendor joins Southern Africa Telecoms Association, promises to develop tech literacy and infrastructure across continent.
The panels have been purpose-built for African conditions, and charge near the same speed as a wall plug.
After it’s done in Joburg, the bus will make its way to Cape Town where the competition’s 2015 winner will be crowned.
Keynote speech at Mobile World directed at mobile operators bottom line.
E-Maji can be used with any of the 700 000 boreholes across the continent which have proven quite complicated for authorities to monitor.
All-in-one generator and backup system will take you away from Eskom forever.
Product lead Chris Daniels says free web services coming to Kenyan operators over the next few days.
HaltEbola was crowned the first winning startup of the African Venture Buses 2014