Google announced on Wednesday that it’s introducing offline playback of YouTube in four new markets, namely South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. The feature allows users of the YouTube mobile app to watch later during periods of low or no Internet connectivity
Facebook and the Paris-based satellite operator Eutelsat have reached a deal to offer Internet access to underserviced areas in Africa – including South Africa – using the entire broadband payload of a
Facebook is now used by a quarter of all South Africans, while photo-sharing app Instagram – owned by Facebook — has seen the fastest growth of any social network in South Africa over the past year. This is according to a new study by World Wide Worx
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Thousands of Nigerians flock to the internet on a daily basis in search of jobs. Despite the explosion of apps, websites and other tools for job applicants seeking to optimise their hunt for employment in Nigeria, many are still unable to use the technology available to its fullest potential.
There are however some startups that are making real strides in combating this dilemma. If you have your CV ready and are looking for the best free job portals, then look no further as Jovago.com, shares …read more
VENTURES AFRICA – Since the turn of the 21st century, Africa’s has seemingly become more aware of the potentials of ICT and have improved the willingness to receive the innovative concept into almost every fragment of its society. From finance, through communication and education, to agriculture and commerce, Africans are reaping the rewards of this embrace as ICT is gradually reshaping its socio-economic landscape. This, Stanley Jegede, the CEO of Phase 3 Telecom, an emerging Nigerian fibre-optic service provider, believes is no where near its climax.
In an interview with Ventures Africa, Stanley tracks the rapid growth of the ICT sector …read more