During a global search for computer vulnerabilities, this young Senegalese hacker managed to crack a Tesla 3, the latest model of the car brand Elon Musk. At first glance, he could be one of the many Senegalese surfers who populate the beaches of Dakar. An athletic build and broad shoulders trimmed to the waves make …

Lambda School, an American training designer has just opened its Lambda School Africa 2019 program for young African developers. The concept is a set of online courses in full-time software development, lasting 9 months, with no initial cost. For this pilot phase, only students from Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa are involved. …

Kunfabo – “to be in touch” in Malinké – is the new smartphone that wants to conquer the African market by the end of 2019. Still in prototype phase, this phone created by Guinean Fadima Diawara wants to differentiate itself with 100% African applications . With a price of 100 euros, the Kunfabo smartphone wants …

More than a billion people in more than 180 countries use WhatsApp to keep in touch with friends and family, anytime, anywhere in the world. That’s why the Senegalese company Wari has decided to partner with the WhatsApp solution to allow the general public, through strategic partnerships, to have access to its financial services anywhere …

The development of startups suffers from a lack of funding and a lack of trust from donors. These are the constraints identified by young African authors of innovation and entrepreneurial initiatives at the 11th edition of the Fuckup Nigth organized by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. Africa is living a race towards the creation of startups. …

The China-Africa Enterprises Convention, which will be held from June 8 to 12, 2019 in Shanghai, China, is an opportunity for African companies to trade and establish strategic partnerships with Chinese companies, to learn from Chinese companies experience and find investment opportunities with Chinese and African investors. The event, which is in its 5th edition, …

For the first time, Station F will host, on May 15, 2019, the African Tech at Afrobytes IV. Afrobytes is an international marketplace that brings together innovative companies eager to develop in African markets. Will thus find themselves under one roof, the innovation ecosystems of Anglophone and Francophone Africa, to which will be added actors …