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WhatsApp to start displaying ads from 2020

Facebook has confirmed that ads will be coming to WhatsApp in 2020, as part of the app's 'Statuses'. The announcement came at Facebook's annual Facebook...

Facebook Celebrates One Year of NG_Hub

Celebrating exactly a year to the day since the doors of NG_Hub opened in Lagos, and Facebook further cemented its ambitions to train users...

Kaspersky Lab to open office in Rwanda

Kaspersky Lab has announced plans to open a new office in Kigali, Rwanda, to support the rapid growth of its business in East Africa. The...

Microsoft launches Lagos Development Centre

Microsoft Corporation has officially launched its Lagos Development Centre, which is now ready to swing into full operations. Ten Nigerian software engineers have already...

Facebook is banning “inauthentic” accounts targeting Africa

Facebook has started removing social media accounts and has banned an Israeli firm due to "co-ordinated inauthentic behaviour" mainly targeting Africa. The fake accounts often...

MultiChoice calls for MTF Academy entry

MultiChoice Africa’s has called for entry into the second edition of MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) Academy (MTF) programme. Launched in May 2018, the programme is...

Liquid Telecom launches Azure Stack in East Africa

Liquid Telecom Kenya has launched a Microsoft Cloud service in East Africa that offers a step-change in cybersecurity for the region’s most sensitive databases. The...

Teraco’s Africa Cloud Exchange offers a direct connection to multiple leading...

Teraco’s Africa Cloud Exchange offers a direct connection to multiple leading global cloud services in Africa Enabling secure connectivity to any cloud provider of choice within 24hrs.

Leadhome continues disruption with the launch of Bondspark

South African hybrid real estate agency, Leadhome, has announced the launch of Bondspark, South Africa's first, fully online and free bond origination business. Bondspark evolved...

Microsoft set to invest $100m on Nigeria, Kenya tech development hub

Microsoft Corporation has announced that it will invest 100 million dollars to open an Africa technology development centre with sites in Nigeria and Kenya...

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