AfriTech Blog

Poa! Internet, Liquid Telecom Takes Internet To Kibera

Poa! Internet, Liquid Telecom Takes Internet To Kibera

poa! Internet in partnership with Liquid Telecom Kenya has launched a new Internet model in Kibera slums, drawing thousands of subscribers in just a few months.   The telco companies have delivered using solar-powered hotspots and has provided provided free Internet access to Kibera schools, health centres, churches, mosques and youth centres. poa! is using Liquid […]
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How to make your online business look big

How small companies can deliver big wins this festive season with a big business strategy Online Shopping is causing waves for retailers as it becomes one of the new ways consumers and brands get to interact for better understanding of their target market and to explore new outlets. This means that technology integration with payments functionality may […]
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Tecno phantom 6 hits east Africa market

The mobile tech giant warms up for its high end phantom series with new flagship duo, tecno phantom and phantom plus By Brian Yatich There is no doubt that Africa is now the fastest growing tech market. Big telco companies like Samsung, HTC, Nokia and even Apple are all gearing up for the emerging market. […]
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Samsung Digital Village to serve remote Maasai community in Tanzania

By Monicah Muema Samsung Electronics Africa has partnered with UNESCO in Tanzania to launch a multi-disciplinary programme that aims to provide and advance innovative community development strategies in health, education and socio-cultural and economic development. The project, which is part of Samsung’s Corporate Citizenship strategy, will provide access to innovative healthcare and educational needs of […]
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Banks’ online security, is it safe?

Checking your account balance, paying bills and managing your finances… Nowadays, it is pretty normal to do all those things online…. But are you sure you do them in the most secure way? By theabfortune Presently, cybersecurity or in Kenya is one of the biggest threat to business in terms of the consumption and use of […]
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iPAD Cameroon returns to Yaoundé as energy sector gains momentum

Cameroon’s Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Basile Atangana Kouna, will deliver the opening keynote address of the iPAD Cameroon Energy Infrastructure Forum, which is returning to Yaoundé from 10-11 November. Last year’s inaugural event, Joel Nana Kontchou, CEO of ENEO Cameroon, the country’s state utility, said iPAD Cameroon had gathered very serious partners and investors and “had […]
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