Mac-Jordan Degadjor

Award-winning Ghanaian technology blogger, Mac-Jordan shares insights and stories on African innovations, digital marketing, startups, tech entrepreneurs and helpful tips for starter entrepreneurs. Get in touch: mj@macjordangh.com or text: +233(0)544335582.
  • Kenyan-based payroll startup, Workpay, expands to Nigeria.

    Workpay, a Nairobi-based YC graduate, is expanding operations to Nigeria to offer Core HR, Payroll, and employee record services. Workpay, which was founded in 2019, enables SMEs to conveniently manage and pay their employees from anywhere in Africa. People may log time, perform a locally compliant payroll, and pay...
  • Facebook Rebrands & Changes Corporate Name to Meta.

    Facebook announced its company will be called “Meta” to reflect a larger virtual world beyond just the social media platform. At Facebook’s Connect 2021 conference, CEO Mark Zuckerberg introduced Meta, which brings together apps and technologies under one new company brand. Meta’s focus will be to bring the metaverse...
  • EduTech: 2021 WISE Awards Winners Announced.

    WISE Awards recognize and promote six successful and innovative projects that are addressing global educational challenges. The 12 finalists for the 2021 WISE Awards have been announced, with the projects – hailing from nine countries – striving to tackle pressing global educational challenges. The past year has proven that...
  • #FixTheCountry One Million Signatures Petition: Vote of No Confidence in Ghana’s 1992 Constitution.

    #FixTheCountry, a non-partisan and non-political civic movement by Ghanaian youths, calls for 1 Million Signatures in their campaign against Ghana’s 1992 Constitution. On 28th April 1992, the people of Ghana went to a referendum to adopt a new constitutional document. The Constitution was supposed to provide a rebirth for...
  • Ghanaian Fintech Startup, BitSika Expands into Cameroon

    BitSika, Ghana’s “Cash App” has expanded its services and app to customers in Cameroon, users can send and receive money from their friends and families. BitSika, a leading African crypto remittance service in Ghana, has opened up the service and app to customers in Cameroon. Users in Cameroon will...
  • Spotify Launches in Ghana with Locally Curated Playlists

    The world’s most popular global audio streaming subscription service is now available in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda as of 23 February 2021. With a worldwide community of more than 345 million monthly active listeners, Spotify will offer a world-class audio listening and music discovery experience to listeners....
  • Former Athlete, Allen Simms Launches Sports Apparel Business in Rwanda.

    Impano Sports is a new player in the active lifestyle apparel industry in Africa. The company is founded by professional athletes that have come together to form a quality brand that represents independence and accomplishment among the sports community in Africa and abroad. Impano Sports provides African inspired quality sports...
  • Digital in Ghana: All the Statistics You Need in 2021

    #Digital2021: The state of Ghana’s 2021 digital landscape is mapped out in this new report by We Are Social and Hootsuite. Digital innovation has played a critical role in strengthening the relationship between government policies, regulatory institutions, and the desired economic, political, and social outcomes, and it continues to...
  • Ghanaian-Nigerian Fintech Startup BitSika hits 100, 000 Users

    The Bitsika app is a simple to use remittance platform which aims to provide quick money transfer services to users across the globe. Created mainly for Africa to help curb the high-cost monetary transactions, the app also provides remittances services to any user where a user can receive payments,...