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Post-Colonial African Cultural Renaissance

Following the end of colonialism, Africa experienced a significant cultural, political, and economic shift. The cultural environment of the continent was profoundly impacted by colonization, which frequently suppressed local customs.

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Is the African Market ready for e-Power Hybrid Vehicles?

The readiness of the African market for e-Power Hybrid Vehicles is a topic of significant interest and discussion, given the region’s unique economic, social, and infrastructural landscape. To comprehensively address.

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Africa and the Impact of Smartphone Revolution

A revolution has speedily unfolded and it is the smartphone revolution. This surge in mobile technology is not just about connecting people; it’s transforming entire economies, empowering individuals, and fostering.

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Agricultural Innovations Spearheading Food Security in Africa

The imperative role of agricultural innovation in ensuring food security across Africa cannot be overstated. Former President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Dr. Kanayo F. Nwanze, rightly.

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From Africa with Innovation; 11 Most Remarkable Inventions You Need to Know

Africa is a continent known for its diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage. Yet the continent is undergoing a remarkable transformation as it emerges as an innovation hotspot. Over the.

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Africa’s Tech Ecosystem to Record $712 Billion Growth By 2050 — Report

Endeavour Nigeria, a global organisation of high-impact entrepreneurs, says Africa’s technology sector will record a significant growth estimated at $712 billion by 2050.

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Africa Data Centre to set up 30MW Facility in Ghana

Africa Data Centres, a subsidiary of Cassava Technologies Group, a pan-African technology conglomerate, is constructing a 30MW data centre facility in Accra, Ghana.

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Entrepreneurship In Engineering: That’s The Future

It is an exciting time in the world to be an engineer. In recent decades, the engineering workforce has helped make substantial advances in communications, health, defence, infrastructure and manufacturing.

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Nigerian Government Bars Outgoing Calls on SIM Cards not Linked to National Identification Number

Nigeria’s federal government has barred all outgoing calls on every SIM card not linked to the National Identification Number (NIN) of the SIM card owner.

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Kenya-Based Churpy Set to Expand to Other Countries as it Raises $1 Million

Kenyan fintech startup, Churpy, has raised $1 million in seed funding to expand across Africa by setting up hubs in Nigeria, Egypt, and South Africa.

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