Surfline Launches First 4G-LTE Network In Ghana!

Out of the four licensed 4G LTE Telecommunication companies in Ghana, Surfline Communications Limited is the first to launch their 4G LTE service as planned in Ghana. Established in 2011 to provide premium quality wireless broadband connectivity to the Ghanaian market, the Ghanaian-owned company announced a tasty, limited launch offer: free devices and double bonus for life, for all new customers. Rosa Fynn...

19 Aug 7:42 PM 0 Read More...

MasterCard Foundation Partners White House on Next Phase of YALI.

The MasterCard Foundation together with the White House, announced a commitment towards supporting President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). YALI as you may know is a signature effort to invest in the next generation of African leaders. President Obama launched YALI in 2010 to support these young African leaders as they spur growth and prosperity, strengthen democratic governance, and enhanc...

29 Jul 12:30 PM 0 Read More...

DEMO Africa’s Top 40 Tech Startups of 2014

DEMO Africa has just announced the 40 chosen tech startups that will launch their product on the DEMO Africa stage in September 2014. The finalists come from all over the continent with 14 startups from Nigeria followed by Kenya, Ghana and Egypt. According to the event organizers more than 400 applications were received, proving that there is great ambition in the local tech scene. Nigeria’s Minister for ...

14 Jul 7:54 PM 0 Read More...

Africa's Social Entrepreneurs of the Year Announced.

The Schwab Foundation announced the 2014 Africa Social Entrepreneurs of the Year from different sectors and countries across the region at World Economic Summit on Africa from May 7 - 9, 2014 at Abuja, Nigeria. Ashesi University's Founder Patrick Awuah Jr. was one of six Africans awarded Entrepreneurs of the Year by Schwab Foundation. The honorees working in Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria and Tanzania are ...

09 May 2:59 PM 0 Read More...

David Sengeh wins 2014 Lemelson-MIT student prize

The article was originally published on the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences portal by Caroline Perry Sierra Leonean Harvard College graduate David Sengeh ’10, whose research brings new comfort to amputees using prosthetic devices, today received the 2014 Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize for his innovative and promising contributions to improving health care. Sengeh stud...

25 Apr 7:49 AM 0 Read More...
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