Video editors David Adeoti (L) and Jolaosho Oladimeji preview a work at the headquarters of Iroko tv in Lagos. (Pic: AFP)
Hard work pays off for founder of ‘Nollywood Netflix’
April 14, 2014 Posted by :
At only 33, Jason Njoku is already considered one of Africa’s most promising entrepreneurs thanks to an online film distribution service that has tapped high demand for ...
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Flooded houses on March 12 2014 in Laphalale, South Africa. Hundreds of residents were left stranded after the Mogol River overspilled due to heavy rains. (Pic: Gallo
Text messages aim to save lives in flood-prone African areas
March 25, 2014 Posted by :
Text messaging may be dying out as a means of communication in many parts of the advanced world, but it may yet prove to be a vital ...
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Hydrogen phone chargers are coming to Africa
November 14, 2013 Posted by :
African smartphone users will soon have an alternative means to get round the power shortages afflicting much of the world’s poorest continent – a portable charger that ...
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Zimbabwe has been named as one of the most dynamic countries in the world, with above-average growth in information technology over the past year. (Shepherd Tozvireva)
Techies ride Zimbabwe’s internet wave
October 21, 2013 Posted by :
On the benches outside the pub overlooking the cricket greens at Harare Sports Club, they hunch over laptops, selling ideas as diverse as how to sell cattle ...
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African languages coming to Google Translate
August 28, 2013 Posted by :
Google is planning to add Somali, Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba and Zulu to its list of language options on Google Translate, the search engine giant’s free automatic translation ...
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