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Kenya leading the “WhatsApp-ification” of money

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Written by Mike Mandu

Kenyans are increasingly sending international remittances like they send WhatsApp messages, thanks to the growth of instant transfers to Mobile Money.



Côte d’Ivoire’s first operational CCGT power plant is inaugurated

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Written by Mussa Oattara

Azito Energie SA (‘Azito’) celebrated the commercial start-up of Phase 3 of its 430 MW combined-cycle gas turbine (‘CCGT’) Power Plant in Abidjan on Monday with an onsite inauguration ceremony held in the presence of His Excellency, President Alassane Ouattara, President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire.



SMPTE® Partners With FKTG to Make SMPTE Forum 2015 in Berlin a Success

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Written by Micheal Okidi

The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers®(SMPTE®), a leader in motion-imaging standards and education for the communications, media, entertainment, and technology industries, partnered with the Fernseh- und Kinotechnische Gesellschaft (FKTG), in collaboration with the EBU's Technology and Innovation department, to hold the SMPTE Forum 2015, "Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age: A European Perspective," in Berlin. Hosted 7-8 May by the Fraunhofer Institute, the event attracted industry leaders for discussion and debate about the evolution and future of internet-based media delivery and consumption across Europe.



Vestracker, a Freight Forwarding Software Innovation Launches Offices in Sweden, Ghana

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Written by Asante Peter

Vestracker, a cloud based software that allows freight forwarders to easily track consignments has recently launched offices in Uppsula, Sweden and Accra, Ghana.



ICTs boosting growth in Africa but teachers reluctant to change

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Written by Erick Akasa

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is the key to improving education and thus boosting growth across Africa – but there is still widespread reluctance among teachers, trainers and managers to abandon traditional methods in favour of new solutions.


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