UNICEF hopes to speed up AIDS screening in parts of Africa with drones that will link clinics and laboratories. Drones are on the rise. They distribute abortion pills in Poland, allow sex scenes to be filmed in magnificent settings, and could help fight crime in Marseille. Now they could change the lives of thousands of …

This March 22, 2016 in Lagos, Nigeria, the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) announced the selection of the 2nd round of 1000 entrepreneurs selected for the 2016 cycle of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship program (TEEP). Launched in 2015, TEEP is the largest African philanthropic initiative dedicated to entrepreneurship. TEEP represents a ten-year, $ 100 million commitment …

23-year-old Nigerian inventor Ayoola Olaoluwa designed a drone with camera and a flying car using local materials. A feat for the one who just graduated in Computer Science at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH). Two inventions tested and presented to the public that are the pride of Olaoluwa, passionate about aeronautics since his childhood. …

In the country of unemployed graduates, Alaya Bettaieb can highlight the good figures from the engineering school which he runs the business incubator: “At the end of their studies, 100% of our students find work. Often very well paid abroad. Those who stay most often create their own business on site in Tunisia. “ A …

Among the most promising African researchers of the day, the Nigerian Hallowed Olaoluwa stands out clearly because of his academic and academic career which commands admiration. At 13, he was the youngest student in the Central African Republic (CAR) to earn the baccalaureate, with the bonus of the best mark in mathematics. Building on this …

According to a ranking published on March 16 by the independent consulting firm Skytrax, six of the ten best African airports are in South Africa. According to this ranking, which is based on a survey of 13.25 million travelers of 106 different nationalities between June 2015 and February 2016, Cape Town International Airport tops the …

Eskinder Mamo, co-founder of Fidel During the Seedstars World 2016 event, AfrikaTech interviewed Eskinder Mamo, co-founder of Fidel. Even offline, so that they prepare well for their exams, have good results, and ultimately, they become more qualified people with better future prospects. When you talk about exam preparation, do you think of quizzes, tests, videos? …

Simon Ononobi, CEO of SimplePay During the Seedstars World 2016 event, AfrikaTech interviewed Simon Ononobi, CEO of SimplePay. What was your background and your sources of inspiration? At university, I studied biotechnology but I have always been drawn to computers. I learned to code and make the most of the capabilities of computers on my …

AfrikaTech interviewed Nana Agyeman-Prempeh, CEO of Asoriba church management software at the “SeedStarsWorld 2016” event. What is your background and where did you get the idea for your start-up? I obtained a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering at the University in Ghana and when I obtained my master’s degree in agricultural engineering I participated in …

What is your background, what is your name and where did you get the idea for your start-up? My name is Neil Sango, I studied computer science, I have a computer science degree at the university in Makerere, Kampala and after that I worked in ICT for a company named Cyber ​​for two years. Then …

Interview with Luis co-founder of Jobartis, a training and employment site in Africa. Hello can you introduce yourself? My name is Luis, I’m Spanish but I represent Angola here. I am one of the founders of Jobartis, a job and education site for Angola and Africa. What is your background and how did you come …

The Entreprenarium Foundation inaugurates the first edition of its flagship program BFR (Booster les Femmes Résilientes) for 100 women entrepreneurs in Gabon, Rwanda and Senegal. It also announces the funding of 30 projects with high growth potential in these three pilot countries. Designed by the Entreprenarium Foundation, the BFR is a 6-week program intended to …

Roland Sawadogo is a young law student at Ouaga 2 University. But it is not only that: he opened Som Service in 2015 and already employs five other students in this company. However, he tells us that he had no other financial support than the FONER (National Fund for Education and Research), granted to certain …

At the Anzisha Forum at the École polytechnique in Palaiseau, young Africans and experienced observers shared their experiences. Instructive. In recent years, numerous studies have shown that entrepreneurship is one of the keys to the development of the African continent. With growth of 4.5% on average, Africa is able to offer many opportunities to those …

The Entreprenarium foundation launched the BFR (Booster les Femmes Résilientes) a program whose objective is to support 100 women in Gabon, Rwanda and Senegal in the development of their business by offering them 6 weeks of training. At the end of this training, the 30 most promising projects will receive funding at the rate of …