Five African countries ‘backtrack’ on UN Internet pledge
Sudan, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Somalia, and Nigeria had a total of 16 internet shutdowns or restrictions after they committed to the 2021 UN resolution.Amindeh Blaise Atabong
President Tinubu pledges to reboot Nigeria with a million tech jobs
President Tinubu is in a bid to reduce youth unemployment by a third, and sees digital economy as the catalyst.
Nigeria approves blockchain policy to shore up economy
The Nigerian government has since directed relevant regulatory bodies to start work on developing regulatory instruments for deployment of the technology.
Mecho Autotech bids for Nigeria’s multi-billion dollar automotive market
The digital start-up that connects vehicle owners with mechanics is set to launch a marketplace for aftermarket spare parts.
MTN, Microsoft hasten public cloud projects in South Africa, Nigeria
MTN, Microsoft and Accenture to migrate the telco’s business support system and operations support system applications to Azure cloud.
Nigeria's 'perfect storm of opportunity'
Siemens Nigeria CEO Onyeche Tifase says Nigeria has the potential to become Africa's first global superpower – but this depends on sufficient access to end-to-end electrification.
Microsoft appoints former Dell exec as GM for Nigeria
Akin Banuso appointed to head up company's regional operation.
Exclusive: Infinix Mobility exec Olamide Amosu on Nigeria's mobile device market
OEM's Communications Manager speaks frankly about the realities of doing business within Nigeria's mobile industry.
ZTE to stake claim in projected US$1.29 trillion IoT industry
ICT company to focus on 5G network as an enabling technology for IoT as part of its value proposition in Africa.
Nigeria misses June digital switchover deadline
Regulator's Director General says this was only a 'benchmark date' and process had been 'misconstrued'.
Targeting Nigeria's N200bn online payment market
Service providers, including PayU, look to tap into growth.
Nigeria questions WannaCry report
NITDA head claims contrary to how a Fortinet report evaluates Nigeria, there were no major incidents reported within the West African country.