Nigeria will overtake the United States to become the third-most populous country in the world by 2050, according to a United Nations report.
A five-year, $13 million collaboration between Michigan State University and The MasterCard Foundation will help 15,000 young people access employment and entrepreneurship opportunities in the fast-growing horticulture, aquaculture, poultry, cassava and oilseed sectors in Tanzania and Nigeria.
The South African fintech startup that slashed the costs for Zimbabweans living in SA to send money home when it launched two years ago has expanded its money transfer service into Nigeria, Ghana and Tanzania.
Africa’s giant material manufacturer, Dangote Cement Plc has commissioned its new three million metric tonnes per annum cement plant located in the Mtwara District of Tanzania.
Africa’s foremost cement manufacturer, Dangote Cement, said on Monday that it is set to commission its new 3.0 million metric tonnes per annum cement plant located in Mtwara District of Tanzania on October 10.
UNICEF and Bharti Airtel, a leading telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, have entered a partnership agreement to expand their collaboration across 17 countries in Africa. The partnership aims at improving Africa’s population access to health and education-related information whilst pushing forward various innovative projects supported by UNICEF. Sharad Sapara, Director of UNICEF’s Innovation Centre and Christian de Faria, MD & CEO, Airtel Africa exchanging contracts.
Rahul Sahni - Green Telecom: "Developments of EAC common market will definitely going to be an advantage to the existing and new business houses"
Rahul Sahni is Founder and and CEO of Green Telecom in Tanzania. Africa Business Communities had the opportunity to meet him.
Entrepreneurs in Mwanza, Tanzania, are now taking on solar energy to meet the increasing demand for phone charging services. For a country that enjoys abundant sunlight, there is great potential in the renewable energy sector but cost, financing and product quality remain a challenge.
Mahindra Comviva powers the world’s first domestic interoperable mobile financial services in Tanzania
Mahindra Comviva, the global leader in providing mobility solutions, announced that it has enabled the world’s first domestic interoperable mobile financial service between Airtel Money and Tigo Pesa in Tanzania.
KCB Group has picked three Islamic banking experts to run the Bank’s Sharia Advisory Committee, heightening the lender’s roll-out the Islamic banking services ...