The programme targets both existing (70%) and potential entrepreneurs (30%). For existing entrepreneurs, 2Jiajiri seeks to up skill and formalize the technical and enterprise skills of the selected youthful entrepreneurs.
The iLint is powered by huge lithium ion batteries, and these get their energy from a hydrogen fuel tank on the roof of the train. The hydrail can travel almost 500 miles per day at speeds of up to 87mph, and the only sound it gives off comes from the wheels and air resistance.
Zuckerberg’s unannounced tour, his first time in sub-Saharan Africa, is a sign of his growing focus on the continent. He arrives after a two-day visit to Lagos, Nigeria, where he visited an accelerator, met with startup founders, and went jogging.
I will urge all those who read this article, to deeply think of the best ways in which an effort can be made to create a stand and stop the violence in South Sudan.
When the colonial powers left, efforts were never put into place to resolve divisions of ethnic groups who were bundled together to newly formed states, so there was an obvious imbalance in the ‘ethnic proportionality principal’
Global tech companies are increasingly seeing the opportunities available to them in Africa, establishing larger presences on the continent in search of digital’s “final frontier”.
Vodacom in South Africa has announced that it will discontinue its M-Pesa money transfer product in South Africa from 30 June 2016. Sounds weird, right?
Getting face time with a venture capitalist or angel investor can be next to impossible. Often you have to rely on quick intros, a pitch competition, or a friend’s promise to pass along a message.
The technology that underlies crypt-currencies like bitcoin will provide the foundation for scalable and transformative banking models and services that will address a myriad of challenges
“We wonder, what is going on underneath all of the hair to keep it up?” a USA Todayreporter asked. “How did she travel to the event with that on top of her head? Or, maybe those should just remain fashion mysteries.”