Tambour Original Sodabi: the World Class Local Spirit Made from Palm Wine

All over the world people and cultures have alcoholic drinks made from local materials. While the Caribbean made local Spirits from Sugarcane; Mexicans from blue agave, Eastern Europeans from cereal grains or potatoes, etc., West Africans made their Spirits from palm wine or sap. However, while others regions have developed their local Spirits, built large… Read More Tambour Original Sodabi: the World Class Local Spirit Made from Palm Wine

South Africa Pushes to Focus Her Science Reseach on National Problems

South Africa’s government is updating the country’s 1996 legislation document that governs the country’s science, technology and innovation activities and agencies with the aim to refocus research efforts on poverty, unemployment, drought and other national problems. According to Nature, The final draft shifts the focus of South Africa’s science sector towards business-led innovation that tackles… Read More South Africa Pushes to Focus Her Science Reseach on National Problems

Research Shows Large-scale Wind & Solar Farms in Sahara Africa will Double Rainfall

An international team of researchers from the United States, China and Italy in a report recently published in Science has suggested the installations of windmills and solar farms could have unexpected beneficial climate impacts when deployed at a large scale in the Sahara region of Africa. The research suggests that covering the entire Sahara desert… Read More Research Shows Large-scale Wind & Solar Farms in Sahara Africa will Double Rainfall

How Global Brewers are Cashing in on Sorghum and Cassava Beer in Africa

Africans have been making and drinking beer before the first European set his foot on African soil but the Europeans were first to commercially produce beer in Africa. Throughout history, Human have consumed beer and made them from local cereal grains. Asian brewed their beer from rice and the native Americans from corn and Africans… Read More How Global Brewers are Cashing in on Sorghum and Cassava Beer in Africa

Forget PayPal, Payoneer Lets You Receive International Payments In Nigeria

Though Paypal is the most common online payment platform in the world, users in Nigeria cannot receive money on the platform. This makes Paypal useless to online merchants and freelancers in Nigeria who need to receive payments or funds from Europe or the USA,, or withdraw payments from their online account through local banks in… Read More Forget PayPal, Payoneer Lets You Receive International Payments In Nigeria

South Africa Ranked Top Innovation Nation in Africa, Nigeria at Bottom of World Ranking

Despite all the hype and news of innovation coming out of Africa in recent times, the 2018 Global Innovation Index (GII) released on 10 July shows that of 126 nations ranked by innovations, eight African countries are among the last ten and only seven countries from Sub-Saharan Africa are in the top 100. The GII… Read More South Africa Ranked Top Innovation Nation in Africa, Nigeria at Bottom of World Ranking