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Mobisol Acquires Lumeter to expand off-grid Solar Pay-as-You-Go solution

Mobisol, a leader in decentralized solar electrification, today announced that it has acquired Lumeter, one of the largest providers of pay-as-you-go (PAYG) software for the off-grid solar industry. The acquisition creates strong synergies between Lumeter and Mobisol’s software for pay-as-you-go services. The combined company creates an unrivaled player with strong pricing power, expertise in the

Continent-wide digital skills development initiative to train half a million young Africans in one week kicks off

Africa Code Week 2017 Edition kicked off in Mauritius with the sole aim to spread coding literacy among African youth, with a key focus on female skills development and training. Started in 2015 the initiative has a long-term goal of empowering more than 200 000 teachers and positively impacting the lives of 5 million children

Empowering and preparing the youth in Africa for the future

While technology is the foundation of innovation, technology alone is not enough. For technology to fulfill its true potential, citizens, and more importantly the youth, need to be empowered and engaged through technology. According to Brahim Ghribi, Head of Government Relations for Middle East & Africa at Nokia, there is an urgent need to enable

Tenth Anniversary World Science Festival brings science to the crossroads of the world with groundbreaking event on Times Square

The tenth anniversary of the World Science Festival will descend on Times Square, UK on May 30-June 4 and will culminate its groundbreaking first decade by bringing science to the crossroads of the world. At a time when science is at the heart of numerous pressing policy debates, the Festival will provide an unparalleled opportunity

KQ, Technical University of Kenya pact to boost aviation training

A partnership between the Kenya Airways and the Technical University of Kenya plans to grant Aerospace and Aviation Engineering programme students a hands-on training on a high-tech CF6-80A2 aircraft engine that powers Airbus A310 and Boeing 767. The CF6-80A2 engine manufactured by General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com) along with aviation maintenance training books, training aids, reading

5 African nations selected for Human Science Lab’s Global Critical Thinking Project

5 African nations – South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco, and Tunisia has been identified as world’s potential ‘Critical Thinking Hub’ and will join the league of a global list of countries drawn from all continents for the ‘Global Critical Thinking Project’. The Global Critical Thinking Project is a worldwide program launched by Human Science Lab,

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