• Asikana Network

    Asikana Network To Host First Ever All-Women Hackathon in Lusaka.

    Zambia’s Asikana Network set to host first ever All-Women Hackathon to boost women and girls interest in technology. Asikana Network – a social enterprise that seeks to increase the interest and participation of women and girls in technology is set to host the first ever, all-women Hackathon on Saturday, 21st October...
  • Blended Learning

    Could blended learning be Africa’s recipe for educational success?

    Guest Post: EdTech Expert, Jens Ischebeck shares on whether “Could blended learning be Africa’s recipe for educational success?” More and more learners are turning to online courses that enable them to participate in primary, secondary and tertiary education over the web and at a distance from campus. Debates rage...
  • Tech Roundup

    Check out The Tech Roundup Show With Kelechi Udoagwu

    Tech Roundup With Kelechi Udoagwu aimed at educating and empowering Africans youths to utilize and leverage technology The Tech Roundup With Kelechi Udoagwu is a new web-series created with the aim of educating and empowering African youths to utilize and leverage technology in their lives and businesses. The sole...
  • Matibabu Malaria App

    Is Uganda’s e-Health App – Matibabu The Next Big Thing?

    mHealth Mobile App, Matibabu aims to tackle the diagnosing of malaria with their smartphone-based technology in Uganda. Matibabu is the first smartphone-based system for diagnosing malaria developed by Code8 from Uganda. The Matibabu application provides information that enables the user to know how to prevent malaria infection. The application...
  • Edtech-in-Africa

    EdTech: How Young Africans Can Prepare For Higher Education

    Guest Post: EdTech Expert, Jens Ischebeck shares on Young Africans Can Prepare For Higher Education For many people Africa is known for the poverty of the people, the high illiteracy rates, a lack of economical growth, civil wars, etc. But Africa has the youngest population of all continents, as...
  • jack-ma-exlarge-169

    Video: Chinese Billionaire Jack Ma’s Full Speech in Kenya

    China’s Jack Ma announces support for African entrepreneurs, conservation efforts during his visit to Kenya. Earlier in July 2017, the Chinese billionaire and Founder of Alibaba; Jack Ma announced a $10 million fund for young African entrepreneurs building online businesses on the continent. The news came during his well-publicised...
  • Jack Ma

    Jack Ma Backs Young African Entrepreneurs With $10 Million Fund

    Jack Ma Has Launched The African Young Entrepreneurs Fund To Support And Fund Online Businesses By Africa’s Youth Jack Ma is backing young African entrepreneurs with a new $10 million fund. The founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba announced his African Young Entrepreneurs Fund at the Youth Connekt Africa Summit in...
  • Moringa School

    Moringa School Launches in Ghana in Partnership with MEST Ghana

    Moringa School, a world-class coding institution, has partnered with MEST Ghana to bring world-class training program to Ghana. Across Africa today, young people are embracing the culture of technology, innovation and the opportunities they bring — opportunities to learn how to develop simple solutions to societal problems to building multi-million dollar ventures through...
  • World Bank Group Launches New Program to Support Africa’s Top Digital Entrepreneurs

    XL Africa Program to support Africa’s top digital entrepreneurs launched by the World Bank Group to promote and encourage digital innovation. The World Bank Group launched XL Africa, a five-month business acceleration program designed to support the 20 most promising digital start-ups from Sub-Saharan Africa. Start-ups will receive mentoring from...