Financial inclusion in Africa requires more doing, less talking
Change requires momentum and momentum can only be achieved when more companies commit to taking tangible steps to include more people, says Andy Jury, CEO of Mukuru.
Cloud research reveals different priorities across Africa
Medium and large businesses in major markets experience very different usage, benefits and intentions with cloud computing.
OLSPS Analytics to take on short term insurance fraud in Africa
OLSPS Analytics specialises in resolving some of the most difficult business problems through the use of high end machine learning and predictive analytics.
10 African start-ups positioning to become unicorns
With sufficient innovation and investment, experts believe start-ups have the potential to create new jobs, drive economic growth and bring new competitive dynamics.
China's Africa revenue could reach US$440bn by 2025: Report
China's involvement in African economic development was found to be much bigger than what previous reports have suggested.
Strategies imperative to digital transformation in Africa
Issue up for discussion at Frost & Sullivan's 7th Growth, Innovation and Leadership Africa Summit in August.
OpenLabs, Huawei's key to unlocking IoT value
More widespread application of IoT in Africa, as businesses in key verticals ready and willing to exploit the resource.
UK phone maker STK readies for Africa expansion
Improved strategy will include partnerships with MNOs across the continent and the launch of a new range of devices.
Black diamonds fuelling Africa's financial services sector
The rising middle class, aka `Black Diamonds' and the need for financial inclusion is driving force in Africa's growing financial services industry, writes Chris Ogden, MD of Rubi Blue.
Huawei advocates 'first safe then smart' approach to digitalisation
ICT multinational outlines program and its position as innovation partner to governments interested in smart city investment.
Veeam reveals plan to fine-tune Africa strategy
Back-up and recovery firm says it is taking steps to improve its Africa sales and channel strategy.
Wingu revamp redefines cloud in Africa
Wingu, Africa's first Ubuntu-certified public cloud computing platform and wholly-owned subsidiary of XON, the sub-Sahara African ICT group, has revamped its cloud service to cater for 18 months of operational experience.