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A few months ago, I wrote a piece on the contrasting views of some African tech stakeholders, including Lagos-based CcHub’s Bosun Tijani, on the usefulness of entrepreneurship training programmes in… View »
African CSOs kick against Arusha Protocol The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa(AFSA) has vented its spleen on African governments for ignoring the protest of farmers and proceeded to adopt th… View »
As part of Tony Elumelu's $100 million commitment to empowering African entrepreneurs, 1,000 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs, representing 51 African countries from the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Progr… View »
Around the world the transport tech spotlight focuses on Uber. While the US$40+ billion company is certainly staging an attempt at global taxi-hailing domination, in the meantime, Africa plays… View »
The Pan African University Institute for Space Sciences to be hosted by South Africa is on course to enrol its first students in January 2016, completing the creation of research and PhD training nod… View »
You may not believe it, but there are actually tangible moves to launch Afronauts into outer space. Serious. ON July 21, 1969, American austronaut Neil Armstrong stepped out onto the lunar surface to… View »