How Millions of Naira are Wasted by Nigerian Tertiary Institutions During Recruitments

“All applicants are required to submit 15 copies of their application, curriculum vitae and credentials” is a traditional statement in recruitment adverts of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It is a statement that also shows how tertiary (mostly government-owned) institutions in the country are wasteful and unprogressive. Nigerian tertiary institutions which are supposed to be vanguards… Read More How Millions of Naira are Wasted by Nigerian Tertiary Institutions During Recruitments

Agritech: How New Technologies are Improving Agriculture in Africa

Globalization has made new technologies and innovations available to people in Africa like never before. Africans must as a matter of necessity take advantage of these technologies by localizing and using them to improve agriculture which is the major source of employment in the continent. There has been huge scientific and technological advancement in almost… Read More Agritech: How New Technologies are Improving Agriculture in Africa

Entertale: the Free Internet TV for Africans Founded by Two US based Nigerians

“Entertale is the first African social internet TV that allow users to watch multiple live Black TV channels and movies with friends in real-time. Also, you can create an internet live TV inside the platform. The social part is the interaction where user can watch movies together and video chat seamlessly, follow each other, chat… Read More Entertale: the Free Internet TV for Africans Founded by Two US based Nigerians

4 Ways Digital Revolution is Conveying Power From Big institutions to Individuals

The advent of transistor, computer, internet, mobile phones and social media led to a digital revolution. These digital technologies have changed the way humans communicate and do things, and the impact is huge. Digital communications which involves the use of computers and mobile phones to communicate through the internet gives an individual the potential to… Read More 4 Ways Digital Revolution is Conveying Power From Big institutions to Individuals

South African Startup looking to disrupt workplace collaboration market in Africa

Connect-2-Me (C2Me) is a South African start-up founded in 2016 by Gary Swale, Ray Hayes, Eugene Theron and Lloyd Thompson – who were the previous owners of Knowledge Dimension, a company now own by IBM. According to Gary Swale, the startup is a cloud-based business collaboration platform setup to removes barriers in work-space so that… Read More South African Startup looking to disrupt workplace collaboration market in Africa