A Nigerian fintech company has created a platform that securely makes saving possible by combining discipline and flexibility.
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A multi-purpose device has been built by merging synthetic neurobiology with silicon technology.
A team of researchers developed an app that uses AI to diagnose common, and devastating, Eastern Africa crop diseases.
Inventor Kehinde Durojaiye has created a ‘prototype’ vehicle in his Lagos, Nigeria, using material from the city’s trash dump.
Payment transfer service uses Facebook Messenger so that users can pay bills without access to the internet.
Nigeria’s Wema Bank Plc recently introduced its Wema Bank on Wheels to provide regular branch and ATM services to customers anywhere in the country.
Scientists from the Electronic Development Institute created a solar-powered hand-held voting machine that uses biometrics for voter authentication.
International Water Management Institute creates app to warn Nigerian farmers when there is a risk of flooding.
Connected to an interactive knowledge base, Etisalat’s Cliqlite tablet helps children from eight to 15 access fun, in-depth lessons on a variety of subjects.
Andela is a global talent accelerator which provides paid training to young people in Africa, before linking them up with remote developer jobs.
Wecyclers is a project that aims to incentivize recycling through text message points that can be exchanged for everyday items.