Environmental start-up Amini Corp raises $2m
The Kenyan start-up, which uses satellite tech and AI to increase availability of Africa’s environmental data, raised the investment led by Pale Blue Dot.Staff Writer
Further hike in tech prices forecast as chip shortage lingers
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says chip supply shortages could take a couple of years to address, evoking fears of a further increase in tech prices.
South Africa’s medium businesses rate highly in digitalisation
Survey finds talent retention led the concerns around managing IT, followed by information security risks and cost of in-house IT skills.
Kenyan museum curators embark on historic digitalisation project
Amazon Web Services, Intel, National Museums of Kenya team up to bring millions of years of history online.
OPINION: How to attract and retain millennials
Smart workplaces, flexible hours and growth opportunities are among most sought-after terms for the next generation workforce explains Videsha Proothveerajh, Intel Country Manager for Southern Africa.
OPINION: Africa's chance to lead next digital revolution
Continent could revolutionise economies by creating 'next-generation' governments.
OPINION: E-agriculture: How ICT is taking farming into the future
Technology, including satellite infrastructure and IoT, having a direct, lasting influence on the future of agriculture.
Internet gender gap obvious in developing countries
Research suggests women are not being empowered via the Net on the same level as male counterparts.
E-tech solutions take focus at EduWeek
Technology giant Intel has expressed commitment to empowering South African youth.
Intel, Multichoice unveil separate eLearning initiatives in Kenya
Digital solutions integrated, pilot programe can be easily replicated say authorities.
Intel launches software programme in SA
Intel Developer Zone is a platform for software developers in the country.
How monitoring smelters is key to curbing conflict minerals
HP expert says his company is keeping a close watch where its minerals are sourced.