Wanda People, today let’s discover this young Cameroonian with an unusual job here, Christian Ebong, the first African racing driver. At 15, Christian Ebong decides to take all the risks, and leaves his family in Cameroon to try his luck in France. He continued his studies there, and at the same time began competition in …

An ecosystem favorable to the creation of a large number of start-ups remains to be built. Algeria, like many countries in the world, will celebrate entrepreneurship week from November 16 to 22. Napeo Algeria, the local structure of Napeo, the American initiative to promote entrepreneurship in North Africa, is organizing the GEW-2015 event. She has …

The American automaker Ford Motor Company announced in a November 17 press release that the first assembled vehicle will leave its factory in Ikeja, near the Nigerian economic capital Lagos. “The plant will initially produce 10 Ford Ranger pickups per day for the Nigerian market, creating about 180 direct and indirect jobs,” said Ford director …

The Presidency of the Republic of Egypt announced the launch on November 14, 2015 of the project entitled “The Egyptian Data Bank”. It is the result of a request made in March 2015 by the Head of State Abdel Fattah El Sissi (photo), which led to negotiations between the Specialist Council for Education and Scientific …

Casablanca will host the 07 and 08 April 2016, the most important of the fairs of investors and entrepreneurs. This is a unique opportunity for young African entrepreneurs to find partners, advice and investors in order to concretize and or develop their projects. To provide them with the means necessary to make their dreams come …

The Matibabu application, whose name means “medical center” in Swahili, allows you to detect and monitor the development of malaria in affected people. It works as follows: the user inserts his finger into the matiscope, a device connected to a smartphone and which penetrates under the skin, thanks to an infrared emission, to examine the …

A maths problem, which has gone more than 150 years without a solution, has finally been solved by Nigerian academic Dr. Opeyemi Enoch. The Riemann Hypothesis was first proposed by Bernhard Riemann in 1859. As the first person to provide a solution, Dr. Enoch has scooped a million dollar prize. Read more at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03891wc

Telecom supplier Alcatel-Lucent will provide Burkina Faso with a Cloud network that will allow it to develop new digital public services. The virtual infrastructure that will meet future demands for digital services in health, education, justice, etc., will be deployed in Ouagadougou, the capital, and in five provinces of the country. Nearly 400 buildings in …

According to Abderaouf Hamouche, the manager of the national micro-enterprise caravan launched in August 2015 by Algérie Telecom, in coordination with the National Youth Employment Support Agency (ANSEJ) and the national association of young credit beneficiaries , more than 1200 micro-enterprises will be created in the field of ICT at the beginning of 2016. Speaking …

9:30 am, Fidjrossè. In the streets of this popular district of Cotonou, a young 9-year-old child, her backpack well hung, walks, looking like a model student. Her name ? Dove. Since August 03, she has been traveling about one kilometer from her home to the TEKXL laboratory to go to a school which most young …

From November 4 to 25, the Kenyan site Ushahidi is organizing a global online survey. Does his new program, V3, meet expectations? What improvements need to be made? It’s up to users to respond. And for good reason, it is they, all over the world, who have seized this open source program, therefore in free …

Fabrice Alomo, a 22-year-old Cameroonian, has designed a pragmatic web platform, which re-imagines how to shop online. MyAconect offers a framework for exchanges between small local businesses that represent the supply and demand expressed by the public. The objective of this reorganization of trade is to provide precise solutions to the contextual difficulties of Africa, …

“The digital economy has become an important part in Senegal,” said Mr. Seth Sall, coordinator of the digital volunteering program, at a press conference on Monday in Dakar, in the presence of all the players and partners. volunteering. Mr. Sall presented the sharing of the results of Fatick’s first caravan, which was held from July …

The annual gathering of the ALN African Leadership Network in partnership with the OCP took place for the first time in Morocco in the city of Marrakech. The gathering under the theme “Borders: Define, Defend, Defy” was held between November 3 and 7, bringing together more than 400 participants, including investors, entrepreneurs, academics, experts, public …

The University of Abomey-Calavi, the main university and scientific public education structure in Benin launched, not an incubator, but a set of incubators to help solve the problem of unemployment and underemployment of young people graduates. Consisting of six incubators specializing in different fields, the park will host 40 relevant business ideas. The candidates who …