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2:30
Yesterday

Appzone Group launches new blockchain solution

Launch of Zone forms the foundation of company’s plans to build out Africa’s first decentralised payment network.
4:20

The data conundrum facing South African businesses

Dell Technologies, partners release details of the Data Paradox Study including that 58% of South African businesses believe they are data-driven, but only 11% are prioritising data’s use across the organisation.
2:20

eSwatini monarchy wages war on social media

Mobile network operators ordered to switch off access to social media sites.
4:30

African tech start-ups must put social impact before profit

Investors increasingly search for start-ups that score high on environmental and social ethics, as conscious capitalism gains momentum in Africa’s tech industry.
4:10
Wednesday

MFS Africa announces expansion into Nigeria

Agreement to acquire leading super-agent network Baxi
1:50

Liquid launches Asia-US global internet transit route via Africa

The company establishes a global internet transit route between Asia and the US through Africa, avoiding high-risk bottlenecks in the Middle East and Europe.
5:40

Technology revolutionises banking

Banks are developing new solutions, features and lifestyle benefits to better understand users' lives, expectations and requirements in the current environment.
3:40
Wednesday

Infobip implements AI-powered Chatbot on WhatsApp for Zenith Bank

The solution, named ZiVA (Zenith Intelligent Virtual Assistant), enables the bank’s customers to perform financial transactions and enjoy real-time customer service from their mobile phones on a 24-hour basis.
1:50
Tuesday

Nutanix announces new Field CTO EMEA

Hybrid multicloud leader confirms Dr Markus Pleier’s strategic promotion in response to EMEA growth.
2:00

Arch eReplenish Provides B2B Platform for the OK Foods Group

Automating the procure-to-payment process lightens the administrative burden and enables a focus on the core of supply chain synchronisation.
3:30
Monday

Seacom bumps up IP network to 100Gbps

The upgrade comes as more submarine cables are expected to land on the African continent to boost connectivity.
1:30

Djibouti Telecom to construct new cable landing station

Resource is intended to serve as a neutral digital port to provide an open access cable landing service.