Search for:
Kenya sells first ever mobile government bonds

Kenya has began selling the first ever government bonds via mobile phone, allowing anyone from teachers to shop owners to invest and fund infrastructure projects

8 hours ago

Creating transparency in outdoor in Africa

The importance of using data and being transparent in the outdoor media planning and buying process

10 hours ago

AI technology advances African healthcare

African hospitals adopt artificial intelligence systems to trigger continent-wide healthcare leapfrogging movement

11 hours ago

Outrage over killing of six aid workers in South Sudan

At least 79 aid workers have been killed in South Sudan since the beginning of the December 2013 crisis, including at least 12 killed in 2017 after the latest deaths

10 hours ago

Too many agencies go over budget

Daniel Marcus, CEO of Magnetic Software warns local agencies against letting bad budgeting habits trickle into their business operations and eat into profit margins

8 hours ago

Rags, not riches, defining Africa's urban explosion

Anarchic architecture, unchecked pollution and high costs of living are the lot of African city dwellers, experts warn, as living standards fail to keep pace with rapid urban growth on the continent

3 days ago

Business pivotal to dealing with social inequalities in Africa

Currently intra-Africa trade stands at a mere 12% compared with about 40% in North America and about 60% in Western Europe

23 Mar 2017

Free Wi-Fi brings marketing returns for retailers

Free Wi-Fi is more than just keeping clients longer at a coffee shop or charging for every megabyte of usage for retailers' ISP to collect revenue

By Prashil Gareeb 3 days ago

A little less conversation, a little more action

Why an integrated data platform is the key to aligning marketing, sales and service

By Michael Bornheim 3 days ago

Africa declines in travel freedom index

Of all the continents, Africa suffers the most dramatic decline in travel freedom, according to the 2017 Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index

3 days ago

New York's Africa Center gets fundraising push

Dangote Group to launch fundraising for The Africa Center in New York City

3 days ago

Africa's women in business challenge status quo

Even though women make up a little over half of Africa's growing population, they have had little involvement in power and strategic decision-making

3 days ago

i24 News partners for Africa-Israel Summit

The international news network i24 News will be the official media partner for the Africa-Israel Summit

3 days ago

How to test your content effectively

Great content that works is a real asset to any organisation. ..

By Kate Kenyon 23 Mar 2017

World Bank announces USD57bn in financing for Africa

The World Bank on Sunday announced $57 billion in financing for sub-Saharan Africa over the next three fiscal years

23 Mar 2017

Orange launches into Burkina Faso

Orange will pursue its development in mobile financial services and 3.75G mobile internet, strengthening its position in West Africa

23 Mar 2017

How to hack Pinterest to market your business

Marketing is a dense arena with many companies adopting the same stale approach. But, there is a new strategy you can implement focusing on the sleeping giant of the social media realm

23 Mar 2017

Insel joins Dentsu Aegis Network

ACCRA, Ghana - Insel Communications has announced its new affiliation with leading global advertising network Dentsu Aegis Network Sub-Saharan Africa

Issued by Dentsu Aegis Network 22 Mar 2017

Promoted content

Nigeria: the next chapter?

Nigeria presents an interesting tale of seemingly opposites in the African growth agenda. Simultaneously taking pole position as the largest economy in Africa in 2016 and yet suffering from its worst recession in 25 years is indicative of both the ups and downs that the country's economy has been through

By Charles Weller, Issued by Mindshare World 22 Mar 2017

Show more

International

Live sports broadcasting in US braces for disruption

NEW YORK - The business of live sports, seen as perhaps the last great firewall for traditional US broadcasters, is facing deepening challenges in the era of mobile and live streaming options

5 hours ago

Africa's demand for fibre surges in 2017

The priority for the telecoms industry in Africa should be to accelerate deployment of true broadband services so that African users can benefit from the full power of the internet

6 hours ago

Twitter eyes paid 'premium' service for power users

WASHINGTON - Twitter has begun surveying members on a paid subscription service that would give frequent users more tools for using the social network for marketing, journalism and other fields

6 hours ago

Kenya sells first ever mobile government bonds

Kenya has began selling the first ever government bonds via mobile phone, allowing anyone from teachers to shop owners to invest and fund infrastructure projects

8 hours ago

Show more