In just two years, Farmcrowdy, a company founded by Onyeka Akumah, raised $ 7 million, which helped finance nearly 8,000 farmers in Nigeria. A model that has convinced the American accelerator Techstars with which the start-up raised $ 1 million, and will soon be extended to Mali and Ghana. Onyeka Akumah is not his first …

South Korean startup Yolk has received a 2019 innovation award for its solar cow. The fruit of a partnership with a Kenyan school, it could eventually encourage strongly the schooling of African children. This while increasing access to electricity for parents. The solar cow project is actually based on a cow-shaped charging station that uses …

In Kigali in Rwanda, will be held from 13 to 15 February 2019, the event now unavoidable high-tech African: The Africa Tech Summit. And start-ups operating in Africa are invited to participate. Registrations will cease on January 11, 2019. Why should you be there? Africa Tech Summit Kigali video Because the three-day African Tech Summit …

On January 2, 2019, Isaac Munyakazi, Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education, announced the opening of the country’s first software programming school. In an interview with the Rwandan newspaper The New Times, the minister said that a first group of sixty young technology enthusiasts, selected from all over the country, will begin classes …

More and more there is a real craze from Cameroonian diaspora in the world of startups in Cameroon. We have selected for you 5 projects to follow closely throughout this year 2019. Dikalo The messaging application remains a great hope for the Cameroonian but also African entrepreneurial ecosystem. The project run by Alain Ekambi, a …

At the crossroads, Africa must make choices for development and development of its urban centers. Smart Cities are regularly presented as the solution to the rampant urbanization of the Continent. But is the model of the classic Smart City transferable in Africa? Yes, acquiescent smart city specialists who nevertheless emphasize the imperative to redevelop, redefine …

In the presence of the Minister of Culture, former journalist dubbed a famous writer, Abdou Latif Coulibaly, and the administrator of the African Renaissance Monument, the start-up Interface launched its first point of free wifi access. This outdoor WIFI described as a first in “West and Central Africa” ​​promises to revolutionize the uses of people, …