Kirusa Acquires Ghanaian Startup - Saya Mobile

Voice messaging and social media apps firm Kirusa has acquired Ghana-based Saya Mobile, which provides instant messaging apps geared specifically for African consumers. The deal sees Kirusa acquire the technology, intellectual property and workforce of Saya, which will now be working on Kirusa’s mobile apps. Kirusa said the acquisition was evidence of its increasing commitment to Africa, with the buyout e...

21 Aug 5:25 PM 0 Read More...

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...

AMPION Venture Bus Destined For DEMO Africa 2014

    DEMO Africa is getting even fierier after a confirmation that the AMPION Venture Bus 2014 will land at the venue of the DEMO Africa event in Lagos, Nigeria. The collaboration will see the best start up team that emerges from this bus earning a chance to pitch at the opening session of DEMO Africa 2014. The AMPION Venture Bus journey to DEMO Africa will begin on 19 September 2014 in Abidj...

13 Aug 5:12 PM 0 Read More...

Mobile Money Hits 6.5m Transactions Monthly In Ghana

This article was originally published on the BF&T Online by Evans Boah-Mensah   The Chief Executive of MTN Ghana, Serame Taukobong, has said that the monthly volume of transactions on the MTN Mobile Money platform has reached 6.5 million, making the company second on the list of mobile money operations within the MTN Group. MTN, which introduced the country’s maiden mobile money service five yea...

13 Aug 4:47 PM 0 Read More...

Samsung’s Solar-Powered Internet Schools for Ghana.

Electronics giant Samsung is set to deploy its Solar-Powered Internet Schools Initiative in rural and remote parts of Ghana. Shipping containers re-purposed into solar-powered classrooms are giving students in the most remote parts of Africa access to education and innovation and Ghana will soon be benefiting from this innovative project from Samsung. Samsung's Solar-Powered Internet Schools Initiative form...

02 Aug 8:49 AM 0 Read More...
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