MultiChoice’s fintech foray with Moment paying off

MultiChoice says Moment was instrumental in the relaunch of its video-on-demand platform, Showmax.
Samuel Mungadze

Ecobank invites submissions for fintech challenge

Early-stage and mature fintech businesses can now apply to compete for a top prize of $50 000.

African Development Bank, Intel to train millions in AI

The training in AI will address socioeconomic issues and increase productivity in important growth sectors such as agriculture, health, and education.

South Africa’s Smart-View shines in Austria with a big win

The company says competing against top innovators from seven countries, the win is a evidence of commitment and hard work.

Liquid C2 becomes Google Cloud Interconnect provider

Liquid says Google Cloud adds significant capacity to the cloud solutions that its subsidiary already provides to customers across Africa.

Upcoming AI webinar to highlight workplace modernisation

This event is for IT and business decision makers in Nigeria, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mauritius, Tanzania and Zambia.

Onafriq partners with payment tokenisation firm VGS

The two parties said this collaboration will improve security for fintechs in Africa and the Middle East.

KnowBe4 warns Africa about phishing, social engineering

Research shows that one in three corporate employees on the continent is vulnerable to cyber crimes.

M-KOPA gets the nod as TIME100 most influential company

This honour recognises the company's role in promoting financial inclusion across Africa, with over 4 million people using its financial products.

Cloud outperforms AI in Africa's digital baking revolution

Cloud computing is the most often mentioned technology being used in banking digitisation plans.

Axian Telecom appoints new Free au Senegal CEO

Kamal Okba, the current CEO of Tigo Tanzannia, will take over his new post on July 1, replacing Mamadou Mbengue.
30 May

MasterCard, AfDB to offer digital services to 100m Africans

The Mobilising Access to the Digital Economy alliance has been unveiled, with the goal of providing 100 million Africans with digital access to essential services.

Asia’s richest man uses Ghana as springboard into Africa

Billionaire Mukesh Ambani has targeted Ghana as his entry point into Africa’s digital revolution.