Quantum computing is an experimental science that is being explored to replace the current computer processor technology. It is a technology geared towards enabling businesses solve the most difficult problems
Egyptian bus sharing app SWVL has now set its eyes on Lagos, Nigeria, continuing with its expansion strategy one city after another. After successfully launching its first project in Cairo,
Reports indicate that Uganda exported massive amounts of gold in March alone worth USD 363 million, an equivalent of KES 36.71 billion. It is the biggest amount of gold ever to be exported
146 African tech startups attracted a total of USD 1.163 billion of funding in 2018, out of which USD 348 million (KES 3.8 billion) went to 44 Kenyan firms.
A modern agri tech conference is set to take place in Nairobi this May 21 – 22. The AFTI East Africa Summit will see at least 450 delegates meet to ‘explore the emerging technologies poised to revolutionize day-to-day functions of food production and how to capitalise on the evolving East
The Kenyan passport is the 69th strongest passport in the world according to the Henley and Partners Passport Index 2019. A holder of the passport can travel to 72 countries visa-free,
East Africa at 5.9 percent is still the fastest growing
subregion in Africa with Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania making the top 10
fastest growing economies 2019. According to the African Development Bank (AfDB),
the subregion leads North Africa (4.4 percent), Central Africa (3.6 percent), West
Africa (3.6 percent) and Southern Africa (2.2 percent)
Cross border mobile money transfer services are now available throughout East Africa. You can now send and receive money via MPESA from or to Tanzania, Uganda, and Rwanda.
Zimbabwe will repeal the laws that saw foreigners driven from diamonds and platinum mines ownership. While talking to Bloomberg in an interview, the Zimbabwean Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said foreign investors will be allowed to invest
President Museveni has signed the Data Protection and Privacy Act bill, officially making it law. The bill was tabled and discussed in parliament in December 2018 and assented to on 25th February 2019.